Lactiferous

Lac·tif'er·ous adjective [ l. lac , lactis , milk + -ferous : confer French lactif è re .] Bearing or containing milk or a milky fluid; as, the lactiferous vessels, cells, or tissue of various vascular plants.
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lactiferous

Bearing or containing milk or a milky fluid; as, the lactiferous vessels, cells, or tissue of various vascular plants. ... Origin: l. Lac, lactis, milk: cf. F. Lactifere. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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lactiferous

(lak-tif´әr-әs) conveying milk; called also galactophorous.
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Lactiferous

• (a.) Bearing or containing milk or a milky fluid; as, the lactiferous vessels, cells, or tissue of various vascular plants.
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lactiferous

Type: Term Pronunciation: lak-tif′ĕr-ŭs Definitions: 1. Yielding milk.
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lactiferous

adjective, Latin lac = milk, and ferre = to carry.
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