Begonia

Definition of Begonia

Be`go´ni`a   Pronunciation: bė`gō´nĭ`å
n.1.(Bot.) A genus of plants, mostly of tropical America, many species of which are grown as ornamental plants. The leaves are curiously one-sided, and often exhibit brilliant colors.

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angel-wing begonia, beefsteak begonia, beefsteak geranium, Begonia cheimantha, Begonia cocchinea, Begonia dregei, Begonia erythrophylla, Begonia feastii, Begonia heracleifolia, Begonia rex, Begonia semperflorens, Begonia socotrana, blooming-fool begonia, Christmas begonia, fibrous-rooted begonia, flower, genus Begonia, grape-leaf begonia, kidney begonia, king begonia, maple-leaf begonia, painted-leaf begonia, rex begonia, rhizomatous begonia, Socotra begonia, star begonia, star-leaf begonia, tuberous begonia, wax begonia
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