bacciform

Having the form of a berry.

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  • Bacciform — Bac ci*form, a. [L. bacca berry + form.] Having the form of a berry. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bacciform — [bak′sə fôrm΄] adj. shaped like a berry * * * …   Universalium

  • bacciform — [bak′sə fôrm΄] adj. shaped like a berry …   English World dictionary

  • bacciform — bacˈciform adjective Of the shape of a berry • • • Main Entry: ↑bacca * * * bacciform, a. (ˈbæksɪfɔːm) [ad. mod.L. bacciformis, f. bacca berry: see form. Cf. F. bacciforme.] Berry shaped. in Hooper Med. Dict …   Useful english dictionary

  • bacciform — Berry shaped. [L. bacca, berry] * * * bac·ci·form (bakґsĭ form) [L. bacca berry + form] berry shaped …   Medical dictionary

  • bacciform — shaped like a berry Shapes and Resemblance …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • bacciform — /ˈbæksəfɔm/ (say baksuhfawm) adjective berry shaped …   Australian English dictionary

  • baccate — adj. [L. bacca, berry] Berry like in appearance; bacciform …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • Shapes and Resemblance — This assortment of 370 adjectives all refer in some way to the form or shape of things. Some are more geometrically descriptive than others, while a number of terms refer to animal forms or shapes of obscure objects. Certain adjectives for shapes …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • bacci- — a word element meaning berry , as in bacciform. {Latin, combining form of bacca} …   Australian English dictionary

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