Definition of Spathose

1. a. See Spathic.



2. a. Having a spathe; resembling a spathe; spatheceous; spathal.

Definition of Spathose

1. Adjective. (botany) Having or resembling a spathe. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Spathose

1. spathe [adj] - See also: spathe

Medical Definition of Spathose

1. See Spathic. Having a spathe; resembling a spathe; spatheceous; spathal. See: Spathe. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spathose

spates
spatfall
spatfalls
spatha
spathaceous
spathal
spathas
spathe
spathe flower
spathed
spathella
spathes
spathic
spathiform
spathiphyllum
spathose (current term)
spathous
spathulate
spathulenol
spatia
spatia anguli iridocornealis
spatia interossea metacarpi
spatia interossea metatarsi
spatia zonularia
spatial
spatial acuity
spatial arrangement
spatial behaviour
spatial filter

Literary usage of Spathose

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1. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines: Containing a Clear Exposition by Andrew Ure (1844)
"It may be remarked, that where the metallic deposite forms one entire mass, rich in spathose iron ore of good quality, there is generally given to the ..."

2. Petralogy. A Treatise on Rocks by John Pinkerton (1811)
"A composite rock of clay, spathose iron, and another sparf. NOME XXII. SERPENTINE, WITH LIMESTONE. Some of the most singular compounds with lime-stone occur ..."

3. Outlines of Mineralogy by John Kidd (1809)
"Iron pyrites may be distinguished from copper py^ rites by its greater hardness : from native gold, by its. want of malleability. . spathose, OR SPARRY IRON ..."

4. Report of Progress for by Geological Survey of Canada (1870)
"The ores of iron which have been recognized in this vicinity are ; specular iron, limonite or brown hematite, and spathose ores (crystalline carbonates of ..."

5. A Manual of Metallurgy: More Particularly of the Precious Metals, Including by George Hogarth Makins (1865)
"spathose iron ore is a crystalline variety of the carbonate; it is of a light brown or gray color, and has a pearly lustre; but the ordinary clay-band ores ..."

6. The Analytical Chemist's Assistant: A Manual of Chemical Analysis, Both by Friedrich Wöhler (1852)
"—spathose IRON ORB (FeO+C02), FREQUENTLY ADULTERATED BY THE CARBONATES OF MANGANESE, LIME, AND MAGNESIA. The powdered mineral should be dissolved in ..."

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