Definition of venidium
1 capitalized : a genus of southern African annual or perennial tomentose herbs (family Compositae) that are used as ornamentals and have solitary chiefly yellow or creamy flower heads with involucral bracts in several rows
2 plural -s : any plant of the genus Venidium
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Origin and Etymology of venidium
New Latin, from ven- + -idium; probably from the veined achenes
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