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clad-

clad-

combining form

Definition of CLAD-

:  slip :  sprout <cladophyll>

Variants of CLAD-

clad- or clado-

Origin of CLAD-

New Latin, from Greek klad-, klado-, from klados branch, shoot of a tree; akin to Old English holt woods — more at holt

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