- shaped like an arrowhead.
Origin of sagittate
Related Words for sagittatesharp, barbed, peaked, keen, acuminate, fine, cornered, acute, acicular, aciculate, cuspidate, mucronate, pointy, acuminous, piked, pronged, sagittal, sagittate
Examples from the Web for sagittate
Historical Examples of sagittate
The leaves are smooth, linear, and sagittate, terminating in a sharp point.
The above species may be recognised by its reniform leaves (sagittate in the others), which are also fleshy.
Tongue, sagittate, slender, tapering to a slit and lacerated point.A Synopsis of the Birds of North America
John James Audubon
Its leaves are erect, lanceolate, sagittate, with a wavy margin; and the upper ones clasp the stem.
Its spreading radical leaves are deeply toothed, and narrower towards the base; and the stem leaves are narrow and sagittate.
sagittiform (səˈdʒɪtɪˌfɔːm, ˈsædʒ-)
- (esp of leaves) shaped like the head of an arrow