Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Definitions for ramose
- Having many branches.
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Citations for ramose
The exquisite naivete with which, in this passage, the Greek and Anglican Churches are represented as springing into vigorous ramose existence at the precise moment of abscission was too much even for my Protestant simplicity.
The ramose or branched root is more frequent than any other.
Origin of ramose
Ramose is derived from the Latin word rāmōsus which meant "full of boughs."