cormophyte

/ (ˈkɔːməˌfaɪt) /

noun

any of the Cormophyta, a major division (now obsolete) of plants having a stem, root, and leaves: includes the mosses, ferns, and seed plants

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Derived forms of cormophyte

cormophytic (ˌkɔːməˈfɪtɪk), adjective

Word Origin for cormophyte

C19: from Greek kormos tree trunk + -phyte

Words nearby cormophyte

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