Definition of bauera in English:

bauera

Line breaks: bau¦era
Pronunciation: /ˈbaʊərə
 
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noun

A small evergreen shrub with pink or purple flowers, native to temperate regions of Australia.
  • Genus Bauera, family Cunoniaceae
More example sentences
  • We had one last taste of bauera as we crossed a gully to the adjacent ridge which saw us safely down.
  • Bush rocks, melaleucas, sweet flowered baueras and silvery westringias had always enchanted the designer.
  • She records battling ‘through bauera and cutting grass, and down very steeply through more bad regrowth, fallen logs and boulders - a thoroughly horrible section’.

Origin

modern Latin, named after the brothers Franz (1758–1840) and Ferdinand (1760–1826) Bauer, Austrian botanical draughtsmen.

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