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rhodora Syllabification: rho·do·ra
Pronunciation: /rəˈdôrə/

Definition of rhodora in English:

noun

A pink-flowered North American shrub of the heath family.
  • Rhododendron canadense, family Ericaceae

Origin

Late 18th century: modern Latin (former genus name), based on Greek rhodon 'rose'.

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