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ramose

[rey-mohs, ruh-mohs] /ˈreɪ moʊs, rəˈmoʊs/
adjective
1.
having many branches.
2.
Origin
1680-1690
1680-90; < Latin rāmōsus full of boughs, equivalent to rām(us) branch (see ramus) + -ōsus -ose1
Related forms
ramosely, adverb
ramosity
[ruh-mos-i-tee] /rəˈmɒs ɪ ti/ (Show IPA),
noun
multiramose, adjective
subramose, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for ramose

ramose

/ˈreɪməʊs; ræˈməʊs/
adjective
1.
having branches
Derived Forms
ramosely, ramously, adverb
ramosity (ræˈmɒsɪtɪ) noun
Word Origin
C17: from Latin rāmōsus, from rāmus branch
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ramose in Medicine

ramose ra·mose (rā'mōs', rə-mōs') or ra·mous (rā'məs)
adj.
Having many branches; branching.

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