Golden-chain



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[luh-bur-nuh m] /ləˈbɜr nəm/
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any of several small trees belonging to the genus Laburnum, of the legume family, having elongated clusters of pendulous yellow flowers, especially L. alpinum, the Scotch laburnum.
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another name for laburnum
/ləˈbɜːnəm/
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any leguminous tree or shrub of the Eurasian genus Laburnum, having clusters of yellow drooping flowers: all parts of the plant are poisonous
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1570s, from Latin laburnum (Pliny), of unknown origin; perhaps from Etruscan.

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