Definition of Cordia alliodora

1. Noun. Large tropical American tree of the genus Cordia grown for its abundant creamy white flowers and valuable wood.

Exact synonyms: Cypre, Equador Laurel, Princewood, Salmwood, Spanish Elm
Group relationships: Cordia, Genus Cordia
Generic synonyms: Angiospermous Tree, Flowering Tree



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cordia Alliodora

Corallorhiza trifida
Coran
Corbett
Corbin
Corbusian
Corbusierian
Corchorus
Cordaitaceae
Cordaitales
Cordaites
Cordarone
Corday
Cordelia
Cordell Hull
Cordia
Cordia alliodora
Cordia gerascanthus
Cordoba
Cordova
Cordylidae
Cordyline
Cordyline australis
Cordyline terminalis
Cordylobia
Cordylobia anthropophaga
Cordylus
Corea
Coregonidae
Coregonus
Coregonus artedi

Literary usage of Cordia alliodora

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1. Agricultural Expansion and Pioneer Settlements in the Humid Tropics by Walther Manshard, William B. Morgan (1988)
"[Leon 1966] for coffee shade) and increased income from the sale of valuable lumber species such as laurel (cordia alliodora) or cedro (Cedrela odorata) ..."

2. Jahrbücher für wissenschaftliche Botanik (1888)
"cordia alliodora Cham. typisch von Ruiz in Peru gesammelt ... cordia alliodora Cham. var. ß. tomentosa A. DC. typisch 1,6 - 1,1 - l,ü ' 7. ..."

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