noun Cor·y·ne·um \ˌkȯrəˈnēəm, kəˈrinē-\

Definition of Coryneum

  1. :  a large form genus of imperfect fungi of the family Melanconiaceae having dark-colored fusiform sometimes dry spores with long stalks and several septa — see california blight

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Origin and Etymology of coryneum

New Latin, from Greek korynē club

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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