Ternate

• (a.) Having the parts arranged by threes; as, ternate branches, leaves, or flowers.
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ternate

,plant biology> In groups of three, of leaves, arranged in whorls of three, of a single leaf, having the leaflets arranged in groups of three. ... (13 Jan 1998) ...
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ternate

adjective of a leaf shape; consisting of three leaflets or sections
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Ternate

Ter'nate adjective [ New Latin ternatus , from Latin terni three each. See Tern , adjective ] Having the parts arranged by threes; as, ternate branches, leaves, or flowers. -- Ter'nate*ly , adverb
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Ternate

Arranged in three's.
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Ternate

Arranged in three's.
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ternate

Arranged in threes; of leaves or blooms at a joint.
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Ternate

Divided into 3's.
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Ternate

Divided into three's.
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Ternate

Divided into threes.
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ternate

in groups of three; of leaves, arranged in whorls of three; of a single leaf, with the leaflets arranged in groups of three. See Leaf shape.
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Ternate

in three's
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Ternate

in three's
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ternate

in threes
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Ternate

In threes.
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Ternate

Occurring in threes or divided into three parts.
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Ternate

Ternate (ternä'tā) , volcanic island (c.40 sq mi/100 sq km), E Indonesia, in the Molucca Sea, one of the Moluccas. It is forested, mountainous, and active volcanically, rising to c.5,600 ft (1,710 m). The principal town, also called Ternate, is an important transit port for New Guinea...
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ternate

[adj] - of a leaf shape
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