styliform

adjective
sty·li·form | \ˈstī-lə-ˌfȯrm \

Definition of styliform 

: resembling a style : bristle-shaped a styliform copulatory organ

First Known Use of styliform

1578, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for styliform

New Latin stiliformis, from Latin stilus + -formis -form

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Dictionary Entries near styliform

Stylidium

-stylies

styliferous

styliform

styling

stylion

stylise

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