[ buh-kyoo-luh-fawrm, bak-yuh- ]
/ bəˈkyu ləˌfɔrm, ˈbæk yə- /
having the shape of a rod; rod-shaped.
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Words nearby baculiform
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British Dictionary definitions for baculiform
/ (bəˈkjuːlɪˌfɔːm, ˈbækjuː-) /
biology shaped like a rodbaculiform fungal spores
Word Origin for baculiform
C19: from baculi-, from Latin baculum walking stick + - form
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