corolliform

Having the form of a corolla

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  • corolliform — co·rol·li·form …   English syllables

  • corolliform — kəˈräləˌfȯrm adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary coroll (from New Latin corolla) + iform; probably originally formed as French corolliforme : having the form of a corolla …   Useful english dictionary

  • corollate —   a. having a corolla.    ♦ corolliferous, a.    ♦ corolliform, corolline, a. shaped like a corolla …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • -form — comb. form (usu. as iform) forming adjectives meaning: 1 having the form of (cruciform; cuneiform). 2 having such a number of (uniform; multiform). Etymology: from or after F forme f. L formis f. forma FORM * * * (usu. as iform) comb. form 1) …   Useful english dictionary

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