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  • noun a hybrid cultivar of tuberous begonia named after North Korean leader Kim Jong-il.

Etymologies

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From name Kim Jong-il + -ia

Examples

  • The actual term Kimjongilia was something that was created (to name a flower) in honor of Kim Jong Il's 46th birthday.

    Cinema Strikes Back - Covering the World of Film

  • Director NC Heikin's film "Kimjongilia" -- named after the hybrid red begonia created to honor the totalitarian state's ruler -- aims to lift the veil on the most isolated country on earth.

    Ed Stoffel

  • Director NC Heikin's film "Kimjongilia" -- named after the hybrid red begonia created to honor the totalitarian state's ruler -- aims to lift the veil on the most isolated country on earth.

    Ed Stoffel

  • Director NC Heikin's film "Kimjongilia" -- named after the hybrid red begonia created to honor the totalitarian state's ruler -- aims to lift the veil on the most isolated country on earth.

    Ed Stoffel

  • (My Proposed Federal Budget is $29.99) ... and a festival celebrating the national "Kimjongilia" flower

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  • Children across the impoverished nation received bags of sweets and biscuits, and the birthday has been marked by a synchronised swimming display and a festival celebrating the national "Kimjongilia" flower, state media reported.

    Raw Story

  • Children nationwide received bags of sweets and biscuits, and the birthday has also been marked by a synchronised swimming display and a festival featuring the national "Kimjongilia" flower, state media reported.

    Channel NewsAsia Front Page News

  • Special Screening of "Kimjongilia" in the D.C. Area, February 16th

    One Free Korea

  • Children nationwide received bags of sweets and biscuits, and the birthday has also been marked by a synchronised swimming display and a festival featuring the national "Kimjongilia" flower, state media reported.

    Channel NewsAsia Front Page News

  • Children across the impoverished nation received bags of sweets and biscuits, and there was even a festival that paraded the national "Kimjongilia" flower.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

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