There are 2 definitions of samara in English:

samara1

Syllabification: sam·a·ra
Pronunciation: /ˈsamərə, səˈmerə
 
 
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noun

Botany
A winged nut or achene containing one seed, as in ash and maple.
More example sentences
  • As in natural dispersal, we used samaras of the trees, and cleaned, dry shrub seeds.
  • The fruits of the two trees are single-seeded, wind-dispersed samaras, which we refer to as seeds.
  • Trials with marked seeds showed occasionally some were eaten in traps, but as nearly all of those were left as split samaras, we carefully examined all samaras in traps and counted any split as having been filled.

Origin

late 16th century: modern Latin, from Latin, denoting an elm seed.

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There are 2 definitions of samara in English:

Samara2

Syllabification: Sam·a·ra
Pronunciation: /səˈmärə
 
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A city and river port in southwestern central Russia, situated on the Volga River at its confluence with the Samara River; population 1,135,400 (est. 2008). Former name (1935–91) Kuibyshev.

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