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radicular

[ ra-dik-yuh-ler ]
/ ræˈdɪk yə lər /
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adjective
Botany. of or relating to a radicle or root.
Anatomy. of, relating to, or involving a radicle.
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Origin of radicular

1820–30; <Latin rādīcul(a) radicle + -ar1
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Medical definitions for radicular

radicular
[ rə-dĭkyə-lər ]

adj.
Relating to a radicle.
Relating to the root of a tooth.
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