carpous

-carpous

a combining form meaning “fruited,” “having fruit, fruiting bodies, or carpels of a given sort,” as specified by the initial element: apocarpous.

Origin:
< Greek -karpos, adj. derivative of karpós fruit; see -ous

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-carpous or -carpic
 
adj combining form
(in botany) indicating a certain kind or number of fruit: apocarpous
 
[from New Latin -carpus, from Greek karpos fruit]
 
-carpic or -carpic
 
adj combining form
 
[from New Latin -carpus, from Greek karpos fruit]

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