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cymbidium

[sim-bid-ee-uh m] /sɪmˈbɪd i əm/
noun
1.
any of various orchids of the genus Cymbidium, native to Asia and Australia, having long clusters of numerous showy, variously colored flowers.
Origin of cymbidium
1799
1799; < New Latin < Greek kýmb(ē) (see cymbiform) + -idion -idium
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  • If your cymbidium orchids are bulging out of their containers or the bark has decomposed, it's time to repot them.
British Dictionary definitions for cymbidium

cymbidium

/sɪmˈbɪdɪəm/
noun (pl) -diums
1.
a genus, Cymbidium, of subtropical and tropical orchids native to Australia and Asia, having boat-shaped showy flowers
Word Origin
C19: from Latin cymba boat
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