Jacaranda (noun)

  1. A tropical American tree or shrub with purple, blue, or lilac flowers, especially Jacaranda mimosifolia.
  2. The wood of the jacaranda tree.
  3. The flower of the jacaranda tree.


Early 19th century: from spanish, from taĆ­no, the language of the indigenous people of the west indies.


  1. The jacaranda tree is known for its beautiful, fragrant flowers.
  2. The jacaranda wood is strong and durable, used for furniture and flooring.
  3. The jacaranda flower is a symbol of spring in many parts of the world.
  4. The jacaranda tree was brought to Europe from South America in the 19th century.
  5. The jacaranda's shade is cool and inviting, making it a popular tree for parks and gardens.
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