Definición de maranta en inglés:

maranta

Silabificación: ma·ran·ta
Pronunciación: /məˈran(t)ə
 
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sustantivo

1A tropical American plant of a genus that includes the prayer plant and the arrowroot.
  • Genus Maranta, family Marantaceae
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Officially known as marantas, prayer plants are so called because the leaves of some species fold upwards, as if in supplication to the gods.
  • Scheffleras and marantas also revel in warmer, humid conditions.
  • The maranta and calathea are other such plants.
1.1A calathea.

Origen

modern Latin, named after Bartollomeo Maranta, 16th-century Italian herbalist.

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