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NameMeaning 1Meaning (Alt)PronunciationPronunciation (Alt)
altomontana Grows on high mountains   al-toh-MON-tah-nuh
al-toh-mon-TAY-nuh
astromontana Variant (likely misspelled) of austromontana (south or southern mountains)   ass-troh-MON-tah-num
ass-troh-mon-TAY-nuh
austromontana South (southern) mountains; sometimes (mis)spelled astromontana   oss-troh-MON-tah-nuh
oss-troh-mon-TAY-nuh
avasmontana Of or from the Auas Mountians in Nambia   a-vas-MON-tah-nuh
 
cedrimontana From the Cederberge region of South Africa   sed-rih-MON-tan-uh
 
cedromontana From Cederburg Mountains, South Africa   see-droh-MON-tah-nuh
see-droh-mon-TAY-nuh
dracomontana From the Greek drakon (dragon) and montana (mountain) In some cases, may refer to Drakensberg, a mountainous region in South Africa dray-koh-MON-tah-nuh
dray-koh-mon-TAY-nuh
karasmontana Of or from the Karas Mountains, Namibia (South Africa)   kar-as-MON-tan-uh
 
montana Of the mountains   MON-tah-nuh
mon-TAY-nuh
pedemontana Of or from Piedmont, Italy   ped-ee-MON-tah-nuh
ped-ee-MON-tah-nuh
saximontana Found among rocky mountains, referring to the Rocky Mountains in western America   saks-ih-MON-tah-nuh
saks-ih-mon-TAY-nuh
sillamontana Of or from the Cerro de la Silla (Saddle Mountain), Mexico   see-yuh-MON-tah-nuh
sil-luh-mon-TAY-nuh
Tabernaemontana Latin form of Bergzabern, meaning mountain cottage   tab-er-nay-MON-tah-nuh
tab-er-nay-mon-TAY-nuh
ultramontana From the other (far) side of the mountain   ul-tra-MON-tah-nuh
ul-tra-mon-TAY-nuh
vitreomontana From the Latin vitrum (glass) and the Greek montana (mountain); referring to its habitat in the limestone crevices of the Glass Mountain, in Texas (U.S.)   vit-ree-oh-MON-tan-a
 

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