Meaning of labaria in English:

labaria

noun

(also labari)
  • Any of several highly venomous snakes (pit vipers and coral snakes) of Central and South America; especially the fer de lance, Bothrops atrox.

Pronunciation

labaria

/ləˈbɑːrɪə/ /laˈbɑːrɪə/

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Charles Waterton (1782–1865), naturalist. From Arawak labaria (from laba paca + uri snake), so called on account of its spotted markings.