Penniform

• (a.) Having the form of a feather or plume.
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penniform

(pen´ĭ-form) shaped like a feather.
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Penniform

Pen'ni·form adjective [ Latin penna feather + -form : confer French penniforme .] Having the form of a feather or plume.
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penniform

feather-shaped
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penniform

pennaceous, penniform Like a plume or feather. Pennaceous feathers have a central shaft (or rachis, 'main axis or shaft') with vanes branching off to either side. These vanes are also called 'barbs', that are connected to one another with barbules (pointed projections), or tiny strands that criss-cross to form a kind of mesh that holds all the ba...
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penniform

Synonym: pennate. ... Origin: L. Penna, feather, + forma, form ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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penniform

Type: Term Pronunciation: pen′i-fōrm Synonyms: pennate
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