Definition of acrodrome
: running to a point —used of a form of venation in which the principal veins terminate at the leaf tip (as in plants of the genus Ziziphus)
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Origin and Etymology of acrodrome
acr- + -drome, -dromous
First Known Use: circa 1900See Words from the same year
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