sertulum

noun ser·tu·lum \ˈsərchələm\

Definition of sertulum

plural

sertula

\-lə\
  1. 1 :  umbel

  2. 2 [New Latin, diminutive of sertum] :  a collection of scientifically studied plants

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Origin and Etymology of sertulum

New Latin, diminutive of Latin sertum garland, from neuter of sertus, past participle of serere to entwine, bind together — more at series


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