lupuline

adjective lu·pu·line \-ˌlīn, -lə̇n\
variants: or

lupulinous

Definition of lupuline

  1. :  resembling a cluster of hops

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Origin and Etymology of lupuline

probably from (assumed) New Latin lupulinus, from New Latin lupulus + Latin -inus -ine


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