Origin of jacaranda
Examples from the Web for jacaranda
Had the recurrence of some symptoms in about six weeks after; tried Jacaranda again with the same decided success.
So I put morning soreness and stiffness of muscles as the guide in prescribing Jacaranda.
A gentle mist was falling and he and Manuel stood under a jacaranda, the body of a scorched rat near their feet.When the Owl Cries|Paul Bartlett
In Jacaranda, the capsule is above two feet long, and quite flat.Botany for Ladies|Jane Loudon
British Dictionary definitions for jacaranda
Word Origin for jacaranda
Word Origin and History for jacaranda
tropical American tree, 1753, from Portuguese jacarandá, from Tupi yacaranda.