Definition of agamae in English:

agamae

noun

Botany historical
rare
  • The plants belonging to the former taxonomic division Cryptogamia; the cryptogamous plants collectively (erroneously believed to have no sexual organs).

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Philosophical Magazine. From post-classical Latin agamae (plural noun), use as noun of feminine plural of agamus, after French agames.

Pronunciation:

agamae

/ˈaɡəmiː//əˈɡami/