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cauline

adjective cau·line \ˈk-ˌlīn\

Definition of CAULINE

:  of, relating to, or growing on a stem and especially on the upper part

Origin of CAULINE

probably from New Latin caulinus, from Latin caulis
First Known Use: 1756

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