noun rho·do·ra \rō-ˈdȯr-ə\

Definition of rhodora

  1. :  an azalea (Rhododendron canadense) of northeastern North America that has spring-flowering pink blossoms

Origin and Etymology of rhodora

New Latin, alteration of Latin rodarum, a plant

First Known Use: circa 1731

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