Bombax

Bombax ceiba Bombax costatum Bombax insigne Bombax mossambicense |synonyms=Eriodendron DC. Salmalia Schott & Endl. |}} Bombax is a genus of mainly tropical trees in the mallow family. They are native to western Africa, the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, as well as sub-tropical regions of East Asia and northern Australia. Distinguish from the...
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Bombax

[n] - trees of chiefly South America
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Bombax

• (n.) A genus of trees, called also the silkcotton tree; also, a tree of the genus Bombax.
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Bombax

genus Bombax noun trees of chiefly South America
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Bombax

Bom'bax noun [ Late Latin , cotton. See Bombast , noun ] (Botany) A genus of trees, called also the silkcotton tree ; also, a tree of the genus Bombax.
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bombax

bombax (bom'băks) , common name for the Bombacaceae, a family of deciduous trees, often tall and with unusually thick trunks, found chiefly in the American tropics. The family includes many commercially important members, e.g., the baobab; the balsa, or corkwood (Ochroma lagopus), which yi...
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