The cyme, according to its development, has been characterized as biparous or uniparous.
In the coming century cyme of Aeolis would give a wife to a Phrygian king.
It is not generally admitted that Homer was from cyme, for many dispute about him.
A Glomerule is a cyme still more compacted, so as to imitate a head.
The people of cyme were uncertain whether they ought to comply.
In Fig. 214, some are seen around the margin of the cyme in Hydrangea.
Ardys with his wife and daughter fled to cyme, and there he lived in such poverty that he worked as a wheelwright.
Then they marched to the north, and founded Smyrna, Myrina, and cyme.
They were commanded by Sandoces, son of Thaumasius, governor of cyme, of Æolia.
The term dichasium has also been applied to this form of cyme.