noun, plural rad·i·ces [rad-uh-seez, rey-duh-] /ˈræd əˌsiz, ˈreɪ də-/, ra·dix·es.
Examples from the Web for radix
In addition to heading up NPI, he also publishes a journal, Radix, and oversees a small publishing house.
It was in English 25 that I first came across the line Radix malorum est cupiditas.
Many modifications of the word by prefixes, to its radix Edo, appear among the cognate dialects.The Indian in his Wigwam|Henry R. Schoolcraft
The root-stalks of Agropyron repens (Radix Graminis) have aperient and diuretic properties.
And it is only by dissecting such compounds that the radix can be attained.
Mr. Roscoe sat down in a luxurious armchair, and, drawing pen and paper toward him, wrote first to Dr. Radix.Hector's Inheritance|Horatio Alger
The small firn also rises with a common footstalk from the radix and are from four to eight in number.The Journals of Lewis and Clark|Meriwether Lewis and William Clark