Terminalia

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Terminalia f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Combretaceae – the tropical almonds, large tropical trees whose leaves appear at the tips of shoots.

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Terminalia

  1. (historical) In Ancient Rome, a festival to Terminus, the god of boundaries.