Magnolia Macrophylla is a species of flowering plant native to southeastern portions of North America. The name is derived from the Latin word magnolia, which refers to Pierre Magnol, a French botanist. Macrophylla means "large-leaved" in Greek, referencing its characteristic broad leaves. The phonetic transcription for Magnolia Macrophylla is /mæɡˈnoʊliə/ /ˌmækrəˈfɪlə/, with emphasis on the third syllable of Magnolia and the second syllable of Macrophylla.

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