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In the names of trees and shrubs: having five-lobed palmate leaves like those of typical maples, especially the field maple or sugar maple.
Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Philip Miller (1691–1771), horticulturist and writer. From maple + leaved, frequently after scientific Latin acerifolius (as a specific epithet).
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