noun se·rin·ga \sə̇ˈriŋgə\

Definition of seringa



  1. 1 :  mock orange 1

  2. 2 :  any of several Brazilian plants of the genus Hevea yielding rubber (such as H. brasiliensis)

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Origin and Etymology of seringa

Portuguese, syringe, rubber latex (from the use of rubber by the Brazilian Indians to make syringes), from Medieval Latin siringa syringe

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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