Centifolious Cen`ti*fo"li*ous, a. [L. centifolius; centum + folium leaf.] Having a hundred leaves. [1913 Webster]

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  • centifolious — centiˈfolious, a. rare 0. [f. L. centifoli us (as in Rosa centifolia the hundred leaved or cabbage rose) + ous.] Hundred leaved. 1730–6 in Bailey; 1755 in Johnson; and in mod. Dicts …   Useful english dictionary

  • -folious — |fōlēəs adjective combining form Etymology: Latin foliosus : having (such or so many) leaves centifolious * * * a combining form meaning having leaves (of a specified number or type) : unifolious. [comb. form repr. L foliosus FOLIOSE] …   Useful english dictionary

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