Bot. a cyme in which two opposite branches arise below each terminal flower
also di·cha′sial cyme
Origin of dichasiumModern Latin from Classical Greek dichasis, a division from dichazein, to divide into two from dicha: see dicho-
A cyme having two lateral flowers or branches originating from opposite points beneath a terminal flower.
Origin of dichasiumNew Latin from Greek dikhasis division from dikhazein to divide in two from dikha in two ; see dwo- in Indo-European roots.