An Etymological Dictionary of the German Language/Annotated/Oleander

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An Etymological Dictionary of the German Language, O  (1891)  by Friedrich Kluge, translated by John Francis Davis
Oleander

Oleander, masculine, ‘oleander, rose-bay,’ first occurs in early Modern High German, from the equivalent French oléandre, or rather Italian oleandro.