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Topic: PLANTS

Date: 1800-1900
Language: Modern Latin
Origin: sepalum, from sepa- (from Greek skepe 'covering') + -lum (as in petalum 'petal')

sepal

noun
     
sep‧al [countable] technical
HBP one of the small leaves directly under a flower
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