saccate

adjective
sac·cate | \ ˈsa-ˌkāt \

Definition of saccate 

: having the form of a sac or pouch saccate pollen grains

First Known Use of saccate

1830, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for saccate

New Latin saccatus, from Latin saccus

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The first known use of saccate was in 1830

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saccate

adjective
sac·cate | \ ˈsak-ˌāt \

Medical Definition of saccate 

: having the form of a sac or pouch

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