noun, plural sil·i·quae [sil-i-kwee] /ˈsɪl ɪˌkwi/.
Origin of siliqua
Examples from the Web for siliqua
In R. raphanistrum the siliqua is articulated, that is to say, contracted at intervals, and the seeds placed each in a division.
In R. sativus the siliqua is continuous, and forms a single cavity.
The silicula, of the same nature as the siliqua, but about as broad as it is long.
The siliqua, a long, narrow fruit that splits into two valves which separate from a membrane with placenta on both sides.