panicle

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Borrowed from Latin pānicula, diminutive of pānus (ear of millet, literally 'thread wound on a bobbin'), from Ancient Greek πῆνος (pênos, web), πηνίον (pēníon, bobbin). Doublet of panocha.

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panicle (plural panicles)

  1. (botany) A compound raceme.

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