rhododaphne

rhododaphne

(ˌrəʊdəˈdæfnɪ; ˌrɒdəˈdæfnɪ)
n
(Plants) a shrub with narrow, poisonous evergreen leaves and attractive pink flowers, also known as oleander or rosebay
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8 This is the oleander or "rose-laurel" plant, rhododaphne in Greek (Hanson 1989, 186, n.
Jenkins could have found the line in Peacock's unpublished translation, "Choral Ode on the Evils of Life," line 21 (Works, 7:225), or quoted in Rhododaphne, 5.