trinodine\(ˈ)trī¦nōdən, trīˈnōˌdīn, ˈtrīnəˌdīn\
Definition of trinodal
: having three nodes
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Origin and Etymology of trinodal
Latin trinodis three-knotted (from tri- + nodus knot) + English -al or -ine — more at node
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