adjective cor·ym·bif·er·ous \¦kȯrə̇m¦bif(ə)rəs, ¦kär-, -ˌrim-\

Definition of corymbiferous

  1. :  bearing corymbs

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Origin and Etymology of corymbiferous

New Latin corymbifer (from Latin, bearing clusters of berries, from corymbi-—from corymbus—+ -fer) + English -ous

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