What is another word for euphorbiaceae?

4 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ jˈuːfɔːbˌɪe͡ɪsˌiː], [ jˈuːfɔːbˌɪe‍ɪsˌiː], [ j_ˈuː_f_ɔː_b_ˌɪ__eɪ_s_ˌiː]

Euphorbiaceae is a type of flowering plant that belongs to a diverse family of plants. Some alternative synonyms for this term include the Spurge family, Euphorbia family, or simply Euphorbiaceae. This family of plants has over 300 genera and approximately 7500 species. The plants that belong to this family vary significantly in appearance, although they tend to have similar toxicity levels. Many of these plants produce a milky sap that is used in medicinal or industrial applications. Some of the plants in this family are also cultivated as ornamental plants due to their unique and striking appearance.

Related words: plant genus of euphorbiaceae, euphorbia family, euphorbia plants, euphorbia monacantha, euphorbia plant, plant genus euphorbiaceae, venus flytrap plant

Synonyms for Euphorbiaceae:

What are the hypernyms for Euphorbiaceae?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Euphorbiaceae?

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What are the holonyms for Euphorbiaceae?

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What are the meronyms for Euphorbiaceae?

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Usage examples for Euphorbiaceae

He thinks it must be a plant of the poisonous family of the euphorbiaceae, and which certainly grows in these regions, and which I have collected specimens of, but I cannot detect it.
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