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dichasium

noun di·cha·sium \dī-ˈkā-z(h)ē-əm, -zhəm\
plural di·cha·sia\-z(h)ē-ə, -zhə\

Definition of DICHASIUM

:  a cymose inflorescence that produces two main axes

Origin of DICHASIUM

New Latin, from Greek dichasis halving, from dichazein to halve, from dicha
First Known Use: 1875

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