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rudbeckia

[ ruhd-bek-ee-uh, rood- ]
/ rʌdˈbɛk i ə, rud- /
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noun

any composite plant of the genus Rudbeckia, having alternate leaves and showy flower heads.

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Origin of rudbeckia

1750–60; <New Latin; named after Olaus Rudbeck (1630–1702), Swedish botanist; see -ia
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rudbeckia
/ (rʌdˈbɛkɪə) /

noun

any plant of the North American genus Rudbeckia, cultivated for their showy flowers, which have golden-yellow rays and green or black conical centres: family Asteraceae (composites)See also coneflower, black-eyed Susan

Word Origin for rudbeckia

C18: New Latin, named after Olaus Rudbeck (1630–1702), Swedish botanist
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