allamanda /ˌaləˈmandə/


I. noun

any of a number of tropical shrubs or climbers which bear showy yellow or purple flowers.

●Several species, particularly in the genus Allamanda (family Apocynaceae).
– origin modern Latin, named after Jean-Nicholas-Sébastien Allamand (1713–87), Swiss naturalist.

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