What is another word for caesalpinia?

Pronunciation: [sˌiːsɐlpˈɪni͡ə] (IPA)

Caesalpinia is a plant genus that belongs to the family of legumes and includes numerous species of shrubs and trees. It is commonly known as bird-of-paradise or peacock flower due to its bright, showy flowers. Other common synonyms for caesalpinia include poinciana, royal poinciana, pride of Barbados, and flamboyant. The tree is native to the tropics and subtropics, and its flowers have vibrant colors, ranging from red, orange, and yellow to pink. Caesalpinia is used extensively as a tree for landscape purposes and in traditional medicine for its various health benefits. The plant is also used in the textile industry for producing yellow and brown dyes.

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Usage examples for Caesalpinia

Pernambuco or Brazil wood, to which the empire of Brazil owes its name, comes from the caesalpinia echinat and the caesalpinia Braziliensis.
"The Former Philippines thru Foreign Eyes"
Tomás de Comyn Fedor Jagor Rudolf Ludwig Carl Virchow Charles Wilkes
Good European houses surmount all the eminences, surrounded by trees of Acacia and caesalpinia.
"Himalayan Journals V2."
J. D. Hooker
Brazil wood: The central part or heart of a large tree which grows in Brazil, called the caesalpinia echinata.
"The American Woman's Home"
Catherine E. Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe

Related words: caesalpinia mangostana, mangosteen, peltophorum africanum, caesalpinia coriaria, carica papaya, carica pubescens, carica rubra

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