noun in·tine \ˈin-ˌtēn\

Definition of INTINE

:  the inner mostly cellulose wall of some spores and especially pollen grains

Origin of INTINE

probably from German, from Latin intus within + New Latin in- fibrous tissue, from Greek in-, is tendon
First Known Use: 1835


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