noun, plural sil·i·quae [sil-i-kwee]. /ˈsɪl ɪˌkwi/.
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Example sentences from the Web for siliqua
In R. sativus the siliqua is continuous, and forms a single cavity.
In R. raphanistrum the siliqua is articulated, that is to say, contracted at intervals, and the seeds placed each in a division.
The silicula, of the same nature as the siliqua, but about as broad as it is long.
The carob (Ceratonia Siliqua) must also be mentioned as among the rarer products of this region.
The siliqua, a long, narrow fruit that splits into two valves which separate from a membrane with placenta on both sides.