Definition of manfreda
1 capitalized : a genus of perennial American herbs that are closely related to and often included among those of the genus Agave from which they are distinguished chiefly by the bulbous stem base and annually decaying leaves — see amole
2 plural -s : any plant of the genus Manfreda
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Origin and Etymology of manfreda
New Latin, probably from the name Manfred
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