strobilaceous

strobilaceous
\\|sträbə|lāshəs\ adjective
Etymology: New Latin strobilaceus, from strobilus strobile + Latin -aceus -aceous
1. : relating to or resembling a strobile
2. : bearing strobiles

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  • Strobilaceous — Strob i*la ceous, a. [See {Strobila}.] (Bot.) (a) Of or pertaining to a strobile or cone. (b) Producing strobiles. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • strobilaceous — /strob euh lay sheuhs/, adj. 1. resembling a strobilus; conelike. 2. bearing strobili. [1795 1805; < NL strobilaceus; see STROBILUS, ACEOUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • strobilaceous — strob·i·la·ceous …   English syllables

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