syncarpous

adjective
syn·​car·​pous | \ (ˌ)sin-ˈkär-pəs How to pronounce syncarpous (audio) \

Definition of syncarpous

: having the carpels of the gynoecium united in a compound ovary

Other Words from syncarpous

syncarpy \ ˈsin-​ˌkär-​pē How to pronounce syncarpy (audio) \ noun

First Known Use of syncarpous

circa 1830, in the meaning defined above

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