noun, plural her·bar·i·ums, her·bar·i·a [hur-bair-ee-uh]. /hɜrˈbɛər i ə/.
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Origin of herbarium
OTHER WORDS FROM herbariumher·bar·i·al, adjective
Words nearby herbarium
Example sentences from the Web for herbarium
Gerda and he listened with rapt attention while she described to them the Colorado botanists' herbarium.Katharine Frensham|Beatrice Harraden
The systematic collections accumulated during his long life form one of the glories of the Kew Herbarium.
In the spring of 1841 Sir William removed to Kew, taking with him his library, his private museum and herbarium.
The Hookerian herbarium and library were already extensive before it was removed from Glasgow.
These were the prime foundations of the great herbarium and library now at Kew.