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unijugate

[ yoo-nij-uh-geyt, yoo-ni-joo-git, -geyt ]
/ yuˈnɪdʒ əˌgeɪt, ˌyu nɪˈdʒu gɪt, -geɪt /
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adjective Botany.
(of a pinnate leaf) having only a single pair of leaflets.
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Origin of unijugate

1840–50; <Latin ūnijug(us) having one yoke (equivalent to ūni-uni- + jug(um) yoke1 + -us adj. suffix) + -ate1
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British Dictionary definitions for unijugate

unijugate
/ (ˌjuːnɪˈdʒuːɡɪt, -ˌɡeɪt) /

adjective
(of a compound leaf) having only one pair of leaflets
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