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 frūmentāceus, from Latin frūmentum, grain.
(comparative more frumentaceous, superlative most frumentaceous)
From Late Latin frumentaceus, from Latin frumentum, grain, from the root of frux meaning fruit.