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discoid

adjective dis·coid \ˈdis-ˌkid\

Definition of DISCOID

1
:  relating to or having a disk: as
a :  situated in the floral disk <discoid florets>
b :  having only disk flowers <a discoid flower head>
2
:  flat and circular like a disc

Origin of DISCOID

Late Latin discoides quoit-shaped, from Greek diskoeidēs, from diskos disk
First Known Use: 1794

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