drosera definition by Webster's New World
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any of a genus (Drosera) of small plants of the sundew family, having leaves covered with adhesive hairs that trap insects, which are digested by the plant
Origin: Modern Latin ; from Classical Greek droserē, feminine of droseros, dewy ; from drosos, dew
drosera definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Greek, feminine of droseros, dewy, from drosos, dew.