- pinnate with an odd terminal leaflet.
Origin of odd-pinnate
First recorded in 1885–90
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Examples from the Web for odd-pinnate
Trees, with close or scaly bark, odd-pinnate leaves and serrate leaflets.The Pecan and its Culture
H. Harold Hume
Trees or shrubs with alternate, odd-pinnate leaves, having spines on each side of the stalk in place of stipules.
Small tree with alternate, odd-pinnate leaves, the base of the petiole hollow, and inclosing the leaf-buds of the next year.
Trees with petioled, opposite, odd-pinnate leaves (one cultivated variety has simple leaves).
Hard-wooded trees with alternate, odd-pinnate leaves having straight-veined leaflets.
- (of a plant leaf) pinnate with a single leaflet at the apex