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axile

[ ak-sahyl ]
/ ˈæk saɪl /
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adjective Botany.
in or of an axis.
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Origin of axile

1835–45; <Latin ax(is) axis1 + -ile

OTHER WORDS FROM axile

sub·ax·ile, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for axile

axile
/ (ˈæksɪl, -saɪl) /

adjective
botany of, relating to, or attached to the axis
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Medical definitions for axile

axile
[ ăksīl ]

adj.
Axial.
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