[pal-mey-shuh n, pahl-, pah-mey-]
Origin of palmation
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Examples from the Web for palmation
The lack of palmation in the bez tines of their specimen is noteworthy.
The palmation was much broader than I have seen in any other Caribou.
His antlers, whose symmetry and palmation seemed perfect, were estimated to have a spread of 75 sixty inches at least.Kings in Exile
Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
The antlers have the trez-tine near the small brow-tine, and the palmation beginning near the former.
- the state of being palmate
- a projection or division of a palmate structure
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