Definition of meconopsis in English:

meconopsis

Syllabification: mec·o·nop·sis
Pronunciation: /ˌmēkəˈnäpsis, ˌmek-
 
/

noun (plural same or meconopses /-sēz/)

A Eurasian poppy that is sometimes grown as an ornamental.
More example sentences
  • The natural habitat of meconopsis is somewhere up the Himalayas so they are impossible to grow down South, but here in the north of Scotland, they flourish, and this is their time.
  • This year, he's bringing a particularly interesting specimen of meconopsis.

Origin

modern Latin, from Greek mēkōn 'poppy' + opsis 'appearance'.

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