geminiflorous

geminiflorous
\\|jemənē|flōrəs\ adjective
Etymology: Latin geminus + English -i- + -florous
: having flowers in pairs

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/jem'euh nee flawr"euhs, -flohr"-/, adj. Bot.
having flowers arranged in pairs.
[1865-70; < L gemin(us) twin + -I- + -FLOROUS]

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geminiflorous, a.
(ˌdʒɛmɪnɪˈflɔərəs)
[f. L. gemini-, geminus twin + flōr-, flōs flower + -ous.]
Having flowers in pairs.
in Treas. Bot.

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  • Geminiflorous — Gem i*ni*flo rous, a. [L. geminus twin + flos, floris, flower.] (Bot.) Having the flowers arranged in pairs. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • geminiflorous — /jem euh nee flawr euhs, flohr /, adj. Bot. having flowers arranged in pairs. [1865 70; < L gemin(us) twin + I + FLOROUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • geminiflorous — gem·i·ni·flo·rous …   English syllables

  • geminate —   v.i.,v.t. double; arrange in pairs; a. so arranged.    ♦ geminiflorous, a. having paired flowers.    ♦ geminiform, a. double.    ♦ geminous, a …   Dictionary of difficult words

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