noun, plural ca·pit·u·la [kuh-pich-uh-luh] /kəˈpɪtʃ ə lə/.
Words nearby capitulum
Origin of capitulum
Examples from the Web for capitula
(d. 731), of which thirty-five are forged and others contain many interpolations; and, finally, the Capitula Angilramni.The Rise of the Mediaeval Church|Alexander Clarence Flick
The first nine to eleven have the capitula and tubercula separate, afterwards they gradually merge together.
In the capitula of Compositae we sometimes find the florets converted into green leaves.
The flowers are in heads (capitula), and open from the circumference inwards in an indefinite centripetal manner.
The ribs have capitula and tubercula, and sternal ribs often occur.