[ti-thoh-nee-uh, -thohn-yuh] /tɪˈθoʊ ni ə, -ˈθoʊn yə/
any of several tall composite plants of the genus Tithonia, native to Mexico and Central America, having yellow or orange-red ray flowers.


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