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herbarium

[ hur-bair-ee-uhm, ur- ]
/ h蓽r藞b蓻蓹r i 蓹m, 蓽r- /
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noun, plural her路bar路i路ums, her路bar路i路a [hur-bair-ee-uh]. /h蓽r藞b蓻蓹r i 蓹/.
a collection of dried plants systematically arranged.
a room or building in which such a collection is kept.
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Origin of herbarium

1770鈥80; <Late Latin, equivalent to Latin herb(a) herb, green vegetation + -膩rium-arium

OTHER WORDS FROM herbarium

her路bar路i路al, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for herbarium

herbarium
/ (h蓽藧藞b蓻蓹r瑟蓹m) /

noun plural -iums or -ia (-瑟蓹)
a collection of dried plants that are mounted and classified systematically
a building, room, etc, in which such a collection is kept

Derived forms of herbarium

herbarial, adjective
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