frumentaceous[fro̵̅o̅′men tā′s̸həs, -mən-]
frumentaceous definition by Webster's New World
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of, having the nature of, or like wheat or other grain
Origin: Late Latin frumentaceus ; from Classical Latin frumentum, grain ; from base of frui: see fruit
frumentaceous definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Resembling or consisting of grain, especially wheat.
Origin: From Late Latin frūmentāceus, from Latin frūmentum, grain.