Definition of Genus Chimonanthus

1. Noun. Small genus of Asian deciduous or evergreen shrubs having fragrant flowers: winter sweet.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Chimonanthus

genus Chauna
genus Cheilanthes
genus Cheiranthus
genus Chelidonium
genus Chelifer
genus Chelone
genus Chelonia
genus Chelydra
genus Chenopodium
genus Chilomastix
genus Chilomeniscus
genus Chilomycterus
genus Chilopsis
genus Chimaera
genus Chimaphila
genus Chimonanthus (current term)
genus Chinchilla
genus Chinchona
genus Chiococca
genus Chionanthus
genus Chirocephalus
genus Chironomus
genus Chiton
genus Chlamydera
genus Chlamydia
genus Chlamydomonas
genus Chlamydosaurus
genus Chlamyphorus
genus Chloranthus
genus Chlorella

Literary usage of Genus Chimonanthus

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1. The Wild Flowers of California: Their Names, Haunts, and Habits by Mary Elizabeth Parsons (1906)
"An order of two genera only—our Calycanthus, comprising North America three species, and the Japanese genus, Chimonanthus, having but one species. ..."

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