Definition of ramulous in English:

ramulous

adjective

Biology
rare
  • †Of the nature of a small branch (obsolete rare); having small branches, ramulose.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Henry Power (c1626–1668), natural philosopher and physician. From classical Latin rāmulōsus ramulose; compare -ous.

Pronunciation

ramulous

/ˈramjʊləs/