adjective spi·cig·er·ous \(ˈ)spī¦sij(ə)rəs\

Definition of spicigerous

  1. :  spicate

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Origin and Etymology of spicigerous

probably from (assumed) New Latin spiciger spicate (from Latin spici- —from spica head of grain—+ -ger -gerous) + English -ous

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a brief usually trivial fact

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