aëtheogam

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aëtheogam (plural aëtheogams)

  1. Alternative spelling of aetheogam
    • 1839, John Lindley, School Botany, volume ix, page 151:
      Aëtheogams, plants furnished with air vessels and stomates or air pores.
    • 1900, Benjamin Daydon Jackson, A Glossary of Botanic Terms: With Their Derivation and Accent, page 7 (4th Ed.; Duckworth):
      aëtheʹos (ἀήθης, unusual), in compounds = unusual ; aëtheogamʹic, aëtheogʹamous (γάμος, marriage), synonymous with cryptogamic.

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