caeoma

[see-oh-muh]

Origin of caeoma

< Greek kaí(ein) to burn + -oma; so named because of its rust color
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British Dictionary definitions for caeoma

caeoma

noun
  1. an aecium in some rust fungi that has no surrounding membrane

Word Origin for caeoma

New Latin, from Greek kaiein to burn; referring to its glowing colour
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