noun co·re·mi·um \kōˈrēmēəm, kəˈ-\

Definition of coremium



  1. :  a fruiting body characteristic of certain imperfect fungi (as the Stilbellaceae) and consisting of a sterile stalk of parallel or fascicled hyphae and a terminal head of fertile or spore-bearing branches — compare synnema

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Origin and Etymology of coremium

New Latin, from Greek korēma broom + New Latin -ium

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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