frondose

[ fron-dohs ]
/ ˈfrɒn doʊs /

adjective

bearing fronds.
resembling a frond.

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Origin of frondose

1715–25; <Latin frondōsus abounding in foliage, equivalent to frond-frond + -ōsus-ose1
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