nuculanium

noun nu·cu·la·ni·um \ˌn(y)ükyəˈlānēəm\
variants: less commonly

nuculane

Definition of nuculanium

plural

nuculania

\-ēə\ also

nuculanes

  1. :  an indehiscent fleshy fruit (as the grape) resembling a berry except in being superior

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Origin and Etymology of nuculanium

nuculanium from New Latin, from Latin nucula nutlet + connective -n- + New Latin -ium; nuculane from New Latin nuculanium


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