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Having (many) small branches or divisions.
Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Chambers's Cyclopaedia. From classical Latin rāmulōsus having many small branches (applied by Pliny to veined leaves) from rāmulus small branch + -ōsus. Compare French ramuleux.
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