stipiform

adjective sti·pi·form \ ˈstīpəˌfȯrm \
variants: or less commonly stipitiform \ˈstipətəˌf-, stə̇ˈpit-\

Definition of stipiform

:resembling a stipe or stipes :stalklike

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Origin and Etymology of stipiform

stipiform from New Latin stipiformis, from stipes stipe, stipes + Latin -iformis -iform; stipitiform from New Latin stipitiformis, from stipit-, stipes stipe, stipes + Latin -iformis -iform


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