thun·ber·gia | \ ˌthənˈbərj(ē)ə\
Definition of thunbergia
1 capitalized : a genus of herbs or twining woody vines (family Acanthaceae) native to the tropics of the Old World and having opposite leaves and large flowers succeeded by beaked capsules — see black-eyed susan , clock vine
2 plural -s : any plant of the genus Thunbergia
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