cordate

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Latin cordi- from cor (heart)

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cordate (comparative more cordate, superlative most cordate)

  1. (botany) Heart-shaped, with a point at the apex and a notch at the base.

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cordate f

  1. plural form of cordata

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cordāte

  1. vocative masculine singular of cordātus