Origin of jacarandaModern Latin from Portuguese from native (Tupí) name in Brazil
any of a genus (Jacaranda) of tropical American trees of the bignonia family, with finely divided foliage and large clusters of lavender flowers, often grown in the S U.S.
Any of several tropical American trees or shrubs of the genus Jacaranda, having pinnately compound leaves and lavender-blue funnel-shaped flowers.
Origin of jacarandaPortuguese jacarandá from Tupí having a hard core, hard branch
- Jacaranda Green: This vibrant green is heavily utilized in Patagonia's products.
- Team Captain Meetings - 3/2, 4/6, 5/4, and 6/1 from 6:00 - 7:30 pm in the Jacaranda Room of the Norman P.
- Aipi), peanuts, pineapple, guava, chirimoya (Anona cherimolia), pawpaw (Carica papaya), ipecacuanha (Cephaelis), sarsaparilla, vanilla, false jalap (Mirabilis jalapa), copaiba, tolu (Myroxylon toluiferum), rubber-producing trees, dyewoods, cotton and a great number of beautiful hardwoods, such as jacaranda, mahogany, rosewood, quebracho, colo, cedar, walnut, &c. Among the fruits many of the most common are exotics, as the orange, lemon, lime, fig, date, grape, &c., while others, as the banana, caju or cashew (Anacardium occidentale) and aguacate avocado or alligator pear, have a disputed origin.