Didymous

Did'y¬∑mous (dĭd'ĭ*mŭs) adjective [ Greek di`dymos twofold, twin.] (Botany) Growing in pairs or twins.
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didymous

<plant biology> Carried in pairs, of anthers, having two lobes, with scarcely any tissue connecting them. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Didymous

• (a.) Growing in pairs or twins.
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Didymous

twinned, being in pairs
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didymous

twin; twinned; growing in pairs
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Didymous

twinned, being in pairs
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