zebrina

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Translingual[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Zebrina (valid former genus name)

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zebrina

  1. Used as a species epithet in botany

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the taxonomic name.

Noun[edit]

zebrina (plural zebrinas)

  1. The flowering plant Tradescantia zebrina (formerly Zebrina pendula), a species of spiderwort.
    • 2012, A. J. Oakes, Ornamental Grasses and Grasslike Plants (page 462)
      The plants are equally attractive when different-colored zebrinas are trained on a fan-shaped or rectangular trellis. The rose-colored flowers, of which new ones blossom each morning, add to the attractiveness of this viny, succulent herb.

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