Zaubernuss

English translation: witch hazel

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German term or phrase:Zaubernuss
English translation:witch hazel
Entered by: Sabine Trautewein

08:59 Jan 18, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: Zaubernuss
The "Zaubernuss" is a kind of flower that might be blossoming in December even. So I need a translation or reference to a professional botanical source.
Henning Bochert
Germany
Local time: 18:19
witch hazel
Explanation:
Source: Collins English Dictionary:
hamamelidaceae, a chiefly subtropical family of trees and shrubs that includes the witch hazel
Witch hazel: any of several trees and shrubs of the genus Hamamelis, esp. H. virginiana, of North America, having ornamental yellow flowers and medicinal properties
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Sabine Trautewein
Local time: 18:19
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witch hazel


Explanation:
Source: Collins English Dictionary:
hamamelidaceae, a chiefly subtropical family of trees and shrubs that includes the witch hazel
Witch hazel: any of several trees and shrubs of the genus Hamamelis, esp. H. virginiana, of North America, having ornamental yellow flowers and medicinal properties

Sabine Trautewein
Local time: 18:19
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
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