Hypogeous Hyp`o*ge"ous, a. [See {Hypogean}.] (Bot.) Growing under ground; remaining under ground; ripening its fruit under ground. [Written also {hypog[ae]ous}.] [1913 Webster]

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  • hypogeous — [hī΄pō jē′əs, hip΄ōjē′əs] adj. HYPOGEAL * * * …   Universalium

  • hypogeous — [hī΄pō jē′əs, hip΄ōjē′əs] adj. HYPOGEAL …   English World dictionary

  • hypogeous — adjective see hypogeal …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hypogeous — adjective Living or maturing underground; subterranean Syn: hypogeal …   Wiktionary

  • hypogeous — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Located or operating beneath the earth s surface: hypogeal, hypogean, subterranean, subterrestrial, underground. See SURFACE …   English dictionary for students

  • hypogeous —   Occurring below soil level; subterranean, e.g. the stems of Stangeria eriopus, many Zamia species, and most Macrozamia Section Parazamia species.   See also acaulescent.   Cf. arborescent, caulescent, epigeous …   Expanded glossary of Cycad terms

  • hypogeous — hy·po·ge·ous …   English syllables

  • hypogeous — /haɪpəˈdʒiəs/ (say huypuh jeeuhs), /hɪpə / (say hipuh ) adjective 1. underground; subterranean. 2. Botany growing or remaining underground. {Latin hypogēus, from Greek hypogeios} …   Australian English dictionary

  • hypogeous —   a. hypogean.    ♦ hypogeum, n. (pl.    ♦ gea) underground part of building …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • hypogeous — adjective see hypogeal …   Useful english dictionary

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