Definition of Cormoid

1. corm [adj] - See also: corm



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cormoid

corktrees
corkwing
corkwings
corkwood
corkwood family
corkwood tree
corkwoods
corky
corm
cormel
cormels
cormidia
cormidium
cormlike
cormogeny
cormoid (current term)
cormophyta
cormophyte
cormophytes
cormorant
cormorants
cormose
cormous
cormous plant
corms
cormus
cormuses
corn
corn-cob
corn-cobs

Literary usage of Cormoid

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1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1878)
"The male form or pollen is thalloid ; the female form or gemmule (ovule) is cormoid; this last produces first, a pro-embryo as the result of the fecundation ..."

2. Report and Transactions by Guernsey Society of Natural Science and Local Research (1900)
"One Inferior Maxilla (left), with two molars and two pre-molars; one fragment of ditto (condyle and cormoid process). One upper molar ; milk molars. ..."

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