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falciform

adjective fal·ci·form \ˈfal-sə-ˌfrm, ˈfl-\

Definition of FALCIFORM

:  having the shape of a scythe or sickle

Origin of FALCIFORM

Latin falc-, falx + English -iform
First Known Use: 1766

falciform

adjective fal·ci·form \ˈfal-sə-ˌfrm, ˈfl-\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of FALCIFORM

:  having the shape of a scythe or sickle

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