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secund

[see-kuhnd, sek-uhnd] /ˈsi kʌnd, ˈsɛk ʌnd/
adjective, Botany, Zoology.
1.
arranged on one side only; unilateral.
Origin of secund
1770-1780
First recorded in 1770-80, secund is from the Latin word secundus following. See second1
Related forms
secundly, adverb
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secund

/sɪˈkʌnd/
adjective
1.
(botany) having or designating parts arranged on or turned to one side of the axis
Derived Forms
secundly, adverb
Word Origin
C18: from Latin secundus following, from sequī to follow; see second1
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