adjective sub·ramose \"+\
variants: less commonly



Definition of subramose

  1. :  somewhat branched: such as a :  having blunt short processes or projections that are arranged like branches b :  having few or sparse branches

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Origin and Etymology of subramose

New Latin subramosus, from Latin sub- + ramosus branched — more at ramose

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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