Sychnocarpous Sych`no*car"pous, a. [Gr. ? much or frequent + ? fruit.] (Bot.) Having the capacity of bearing several successive crops of fruit without perishing; as, sychnocarpous plants. [1913 Webster]

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  • sychnocarpous — |siknə|kärpəs adjective Etymology: Greek sychnos plentiful, frequent + English carpous of a plant : able to produce fruit repeatedly : perennial …   Useful english dictionary

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