bisulcate

[bahy-suhl-keyt]
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adjective

with two grooves.

Origin of bisulcate

1825–35; < Latin bisulc(us) two-furrowed, cloven (see bi-1, sulcus) + -ate1
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bisulcate

adjective

marked by two grooves
zoology
  1. cleft or cloven, as a hoof
  2. having cloven hoofs
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