pentamerous

[pen-tam-er-uh s]
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Origin of pentamerous

From the New Latin word pentamerus, dating back to 1820–30. See penta-, -merous
Related formspen·tam·er·ism, pen·tam·er·y, noun
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Related Words for pentamerous

quintuple, pentamerous, quinary, quinate, quinquennial

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British Dictionary definitions for pentamerous

pentamerous

adjective
  1. consisting of five parts, esp (of flowers) having the petals, sepals, and other parts arranged in groups of five
Derived Formspentamerism, noun
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