adjective glu·ma·ceous \(ˈ)glü¦māshəs\

Definition of glumaceous

  1. :  consisting or having the character of glumes glumaceous flowers

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Origin and Etymology of glumaceous

probably from (assumed) New Latin glumaceus, from New Latin gluma + Latin -aceus -aceous

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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