Origin of viburnum
Examples from the Web for viburnum
The most common shrubby plants were Viburnum nervosum and Spira Lindleyana, both of which occurred in vast quantity.Western Himalaya and Tibet|Thomas Thomson
Just back of it stood a spreading maple, its trunk veiled in a thicket of viburnum and withe-wood.The Kindred of the Wild|Charles G. D. Roberts
Viburnum lentago, which grows in the river valleys here naturally, is doing finely.
When neither of these can be had the inner bark of the arrow wood (Viburnum) or mansa-hi is substituted for them.Omaha sociology (1884 N 03 / 1881-1882 (pages 205-370))|James Owen Dorsey
Viburnum plicatum, Japan Snowball, one of the finest shrubs.A Woman's Hardy Garden|Helena Rutherfurd Ely
British Dictionary definitions for viburnum
Word Origin for viburnum
Word Origin and History for viburnum
genus of shrubs, the arrowwood, 1731, from Latin viburnum, which is said to be probably an Etruscan loan-word.