Definition of caragana in English:

caragana

Pronunciation: /ˌkarəˈɡänə//-ˈɡanə/

noun

  • A leguminous shrub or small tree native to central Asia and Siberia, widely planted as an ornamental.

    • ‘The caragana bushes would flower along the sidewalks; buildings would be painted the morning after a happy event.’
    • ‘You don't need or want to know the detailed play-by-play, just that my ‘holiday’ Monday consisted basically of getting drunk and stoned in the sunshine and rolling an old bicycle off my friend's roof and into the caragana hedge.’

Origin

Modern Latin, of Turkic origin.

Pronunciation:

caragana

/ˌkarəˈɡänə//-ˈɡanə/