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obcordate

[ ob-kawr-deyt ]
/ ɒbˈkɔr deɪt /
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adjective Botany.

heart-shaped, with the attachment at the pointed end, as a leaf.

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Origin of obcordate

First recorded in 1765–75; ob- + cordate
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British Dictionary definitions for obcordate

obcordate
/ (ɒbˈkɔːdeɪt) /

adjective

botany heart-shaped and attached at the pointed endobcordate leaves
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