didynamous

adjective di·dyn·a·mous \(ˈ)dī¦dinəməs\

Definition of didynamous

  1. :  having four stamens disposed in pairs of unequal length —used especially of plants of the families Scrophulariaceae and Labiatae

didynamy

\-mē\ noun, plural

-es

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Origin and Etymology of didynamous

New Latin Didynamia + English -ous


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