sylva

[ sil-vuh ]
/ ˈsɪl və /

noun

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Origin of sylva

From Latin

Definition for sylva (2 of 2)

Sylva
[ sil-vuh; Romanian seel-vah ]
/ ˈsɪl və; Romanian ˈsil vɑ /

noun

Car·men [kahr-muhn; Romanian kahr-men], /ˈkɑr mən; Romanian ˈkɑr mɛn/, pen name of Elizabeth, queen of Romania.
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British Dictionary definitions for sylva

sylva

silva

/ (ˈsɪlvə) /

noun plural -vas or -vae (-viː)

the trees growing in a particular region

Word Origin for sylva

C17: Latin silva a wood
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