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sylva

[sil-vuh] /ˈsɪl və/
noun
1.
Origin of sylva
< Latin

Sylva

[sil-vuh; Romanian seel-vah] /ˈsɪl və; Romanian ˈsil vɑ/
noun
1.
Carmen
[kahr-muh n;; Romanian kahr-men] /ˈkɑr mən;; Romanian ˈkɑr mɛn/ (Show IPA)
pen name of Elizabeth, queen of Romania.

silva

[sil-vuh] /ˈsɪl və/
noun
1.
the forest trees of a particular area.
2.
a descriptive flora of forest trees.
Origin
1840-50; < New Latin, special use of Latin silva woodland
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British Dictionary definitions for sylva

sylva

/ˈsɪlvə/
noun (pl) -vas, -vae (-viː)
1.
the trees growing in a particular region
Word Origin
C17: Latin silva a wood

silva

/ˈsɪlvə/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of sylva
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