Definition of pampiniform
: convoluted and like a tendril —used of a venous plexus associated with the spermatic or ovarian veins
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Origin and Etymology of pampiniform
Latin pampinus tendril, vine-leaf (of non-Indo-European origin) + English -iform; akin to the source of Greek ampelos vine
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