Definition of maurandia
1 capitalized : a genus of slender twining herbs (family Scrophulariaceae) of Mexico and southwestern U.S. having flowers with a bell-shaped corolla that is gibbous at the base
2 plural -s : a plant of the genus Maurandia
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Origin and Etymology of maurandia
New Latin, from Catharina Pancratia Maurandy, 18th century Spanish botanist + New Latin -ia
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