Definition of Bilobed

1. Adjective. Having two lobes. "A bilobate leaf"

Exact synonyms: Bilobate, Bilobated
Similar to: Compound



Definition of Bilobed

1. a. Bilobate.

Definition of Bilobed

1. Adjective. Having two lobes; bilobate ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bilobed

1. bilobate [adj] - See also: bilobate

Medical Definition of Bilobed

1. Having two lobes. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bilobed

billycock
billycocks
billygoat
billygoats
billyo
billyoh
billypot
billypots
billystick
bilobal
bilobalide
bilobar
bilobate
bilobated
bilobectomy
bilobed (current term)
bilobed flap
bilobular
bilocal
bilocality
bilocally
bilocate
bilocated
bilocates
bilocating
bilocation
bilocations
bilocular
bilocular capsule
bilocular femoral hernia

Literary usage of Bilobed

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1. The Florist and Pomologist: A Pictorial Monthly Magazine of Flowers, Fruits by Robert Hogg (1883)
"... bilobed blade of NEW PUBLICATIONS. an ornamental tree for the park. ... and a broad ish cordate-reniform bilobed .yellow lip, spotted with brown on the ..."

2. Entomologia Edinensis: Or A Description and History of the Insects Found in by James Wilson, James Duncan (1834)
"... above : elytra scarcely longer than the thorax, and shorter than the abdomen : legs rather short ; tarsi with the penultimate joint slightly bilobed. ..."

3. Catalogue of the African Plants by Friedrich Martin Joseph Welwitsch, Alfred Barton Rendle, William Philip Hiern (1900)
"... the limb 5-lobed, spreading, sub-bilabiate ; stigma deeply bilobed ; fruit drooping, ovoid-pyramidal, •4-winged ; the wings semicircular, broad, ..."

4. British Entomology: Being Illustrations and Descriptions of the Genera of ...by John Curtis by John Curtis (1840)
"it is easily distinguished from it by very important differences in the trophi, as well as by the bilobed penultimate joints of the tarsi, and the great ..."

5. Transactions of the Obstetrical Society of London: Vol. I-XLIX, for the Year by Obstetrical Society of London (1887)
"... was a bilobed body (c), apparently another breech, while in the left inguinal region was a semisolid tumour, not mobile, but very tender on pressure (e) ..."

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