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Origin of bifid
OTHER WORDS FROM bifidbi·fid·i·ty, nounbi·fid·ly, adverb
Words nearby bifid
Example sentences from the Web for bifid
Canes short to medium, few in number, rather slender; tendrils continuous to intermittent, bifid to trifid.The Grapes of New York|U. P. Hedrick
The sternum consists of three pieces only, the last of which is bifid posteriorly.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard
Canes long, dark brown; nodes enlarged; tendrils continuous or intermittent, long, bifid or trifid.
Canes long, numerous, light to dark brown; tendrils continuous, bifid.
From the tubular portion below, the bifid style projects slightly.