dolabriform[dō lab′ri fôrm′]
dolabriform definition by Webster's New World
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shaped like the head of an ax, as certain leaves
Origin: ; from Classical Latin dolabra, pickax (; from dolare, to chip ; from Indo-European base an unverified form del-, to cut) plush -form
dolabriform definition by American Heritage Dictionary
also do·lab·rateadjective Biology
Having the shape of the head of an ax.
Origin: Latin dolābra, pickax (from dolāre, to hew) + -form.