Origin of cauline
Examples from the Web for cauline
The cauline leaves are stalked and diverge widely, which habit gives its name to the plant.
When it was discovered that the knight was sir Cauline, the lady "fette a sighe, that burst her gentle hearte in twayne."
Plants of J. inflata, natural size and enlarged; cauline leaves; involucral leaf.
The index references for "Caulescent" and "Cauline" should probably be 38, rather than 36, but were not changed.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray
When the king knew of their loves he banished sir Cauline from the kingdom.
British Dictionary definitions for cauline
Word Origin for cauline
Word Origin and History for cauline
"pertaining to or growing on a stem," 1756, from Latin caulis "stalk" (see cole).