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clarkia

[ klahr-kee-uh ]
/ ˈklɑr ki ə /
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noun

any of various western U.S. plants belonging to the genus Clarkia, of the evening primrose family, having narrow leaves and ornamental red or purple flowers.

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Origin of clarkia

<New Latin (1814); named after William Clark; see -ia
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British Dictionary definitions for clarkia

clarkia
/ (ˈklɑːkɪə) /

noun

any North American onagraceous plant of the genus Clarkia: cultivated for their red, purple, or pink flowers

Word Origin for clarkia

C19: New Latin, named after William Clark, who discovered it
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