cormel

[ kawr-muhl, kawr-mel ]
/ ˈkɔr məl, kɔrˈmɛl /

noun

a small new corm that is vegetatively propagated by a fully mature corm.

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Origin of cormel

1895–1900; corm + -el diminutive suffix, as in carpel, pedicel, etc. (<Latin -ellus;see -elle
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British Dictionary definitions for cormel

cormel
/ (ˈkɔːməl) /

noun

a new small corm arising from the base of a fully developed one
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