trama

noun tra·ma \ ˈtrāmə \

Definition of trama

plural -s
: the loosely woven hyphal tissue in basidiomycetous fungi forming the central substance of the lamellae or other projections of the hymenophore

tramal

\-məl\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of trama

New Latin, from Latin, woof, weft, from trahere to pull, draw, drag


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