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baccate

[ bak-eyt ]
/ ˈbæk eɪt /
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adjective Botany.
bearing berries.
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Origin of baccate

1820–30; <Latin bāca, bacca berry + -ate1
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British Dictionary definitions for baccate

baccate
/ (ˈbækeɪt) /

adjective botany
like a berry in form, texture, etc
bearing berries

Word Origin for baccate

C19: from Latin bāca berry
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Medical definitions for baccate

baccate
[ băkāt′ ]

adj.
Resembling a berry in texture or form; berrylike.
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