Definition of zoysia in English:

zoysia

Syllabification: zoy·si·a
Pronunciation: /ˈzoisēə/

Entry from US English dictionary

noun

  • A low-growing grass of the genus Zoysia, native to tropical Asia and New Zealand and widely used for lawns.
    • Family Gramineae: several species and cultivars, including Z. matrella and Z. japonica

Origin

1960s: modern Latin, from the name of the Austrian botanist Carl von Zoys zu Laubach + -ia1.

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