Aetheogam Definition

noun

(botany) A cryptogam; a plant of the obsolete taxonomic class Cryptogamia, having neither stamina nor pistils, and therefore no proper flowers, such as an alga, fern, fungus, lichen or moss.

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Other Word Forms of Aetheogam

Noun

Singular:
aetheogam
Plural:
aetheogams, atheogams

Origin of Aetheogam

  • From Ancient Greek ἀήθης (aēthēs, “unusual”) + γάμος (gamos, “marriage”).

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