siliculose [si-lik-yuh-lohs] Word Origin adjective Botany.

  1. bearing silicles.
  2. having the form or appearance of a silicle.

Origin of siliculose From the New Latin word siliculōsus, dating back to 1725–35. See silicle, -ose1 British Dictionary definitions for siliculose siliculose adjective

  1. (of certain cruciferous plants such as honesty) producing siliculae

Word Origin for siliculose C18: from New Latin siliculōsus, from silicula a silicle

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