cytise

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek κύτισος (kútisos, tree-medick, Medicago arborea"; "bastard ebony, Laburnum anagyroides), via Latin.

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cytise m (plural cytises)

  1. Any of several species of shrubs in the taxonomic family Fabaceae which are, or were at one time, classified in the genus Cytisus, the best known being those now in the genus Laburnum.

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