Definition of Coccous

1. coccus [adj] - See also: coccus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coccous

coccobacterium
coccoid
coccoidal
coccoids
coccolite
coccolites
coccolith
coccolithophore
coccolithophores
coccolithophorid
coccolithophorids
coccoliths
coccos
coccosphere
coccospheres
coccous (current term)
cocculin
cocculine
cocculolidine
cocculus indicus
coccus
coccyalgia
coccycephaly
coccydynia
coccygalgia
coccygeal
coccygeal body
coccygeal bone
coccygeal cornua
coccygeal dimple

Literary usage of Coccous

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1. Synoptical Flora of North America by Asa Gray, Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1897)
"Fruit lobed, 5—1O(—12)-coccous, i. e splitting at maturity into as many hard ... Fruit glabrous, 2—5-coccous, coriaceous or at first fleshy ; the carpels I- ..."

2. The Flora of British India by Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker (1890)
"... and containing я crustaceous 3-4-coccous ... Mueller describes a 3-coccous parchment- ..."

3. The English Cyclopaedia by Charles Knight (1867)
"... stigmas 3, consolidated into a rugose mass; capsule 3-coccous. JANIA. ... white; capsule ovate, 3-cornered, 3-coccous; seeds elliptical, black, shining, ..."

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