gallicolous

adjective gal·lic·o·lous \(ˈ)gȯ¦likələs, (ˈ)ga¦l-, gəˈl-\

Definition of gallicolous

  1. :  producing and inhabiting galls

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Origin and Etymology of gallicolous

Latin galla gall + English -i- + -colous


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