Definition of elodea in English:

elodea

noun

  • [mass noun] An aquatic plant of a genus that includes Canadian pondweed.

    • ‘A couple of oxygenates are anacharis, and elodea.’
    • ‘The algae-rich water teems with tadpoles, elodea, and finger-size fish.’
    • ‘If the vegetation is primarily coontail or elodea, the stocking rates should be doubled.’

Origin

Modern Latin, from Greek helōdēs marshy.

Pronunciation:

elodea

/ˌɛlə(ʊ)ˈdiːə/