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mul·ti·fid

(mŭl'tē-fid),
Divided into many clefts or segments.
Synonym(s): multifidus (1)
[L. multifidus, fr. multus, much, + findo, to cleave]

multifid

/mul·ti·fid/ (mul´tĭ-fid) cleft into many parts.

multifid

(mŭl′tə-fĭd′)
adj. Biology
Having many clefts forming lobes: multifid leaves.

mul·ti·fid

(mŭl'ti-fid)
Divided into many clefts or segments.
[L. multifidus, fr. multus, much, + findo, to cleave]
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