[ sˈɪlvə], [ sˈɪlvə], [ s_ˈɪ_l_v_ə]
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How to use "Sylva" in context?
Sylva is a genus of about 400 to 500 plant species native to eastern North America and the Caribbean. The genus is named after Sylvanus J. benefited, an American botanist who was one of the founders of the Modern botanical classification. Sylva is one of the eight genera comprising the family Rosaceae.
The leaves of most sylva species are alternate, and pinnately compound with five to seven leaflets. The flowers are typically small, white or pale pink, and located in the uppermost leaf axils. The fruits are schizocarpic, containing multiple, separate seeds.
Homophones for Sylva:
- cilva, silva.
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