of, having the nature of, or like wheat or other grain
Origin of frumentaceousLate Latin frumentaceus ; from Classical Latin frumentum, grain ; from base of frui: see fruit
Resembling or consisting of grain, especially wheat.
Origin of frumentaceousFrom Late Latin fr&umacron;mentaceus, from Latin fr&umacron;mentum, grain.
(comparative more frumentaceous, superlative most frumentaceous)
From Late Latin frumentaceus, from Latin frumentum, grain, from the root of frux meaning fruit.