Definition of Decompound. Meaning of Decompound. Synonyms of Decompound

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Definition of Decompound

Decompound
Decompound De`com*pound", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Decompounded; p. pr. & vb. n. Decompounding.] [Pref. de- (intens. in sense 1) + compound, v. t.] 1. To compound or mix with that is already compound; to compound a second time. 2. To reduce to constituent parts; to decompose. It divides and decompounds objects into . . . parts. --Hazlitt.
Decompound
Decompound De`com*pound", a. [Pref. de- (intens.) + compound, a.] 1. Compound of what is already compounded; compounded a second time. 2. (Bot.) Several times compounded or divided, as a leaf or stem; decomposite.
Decompound
Decompound De`com*pound", n. A decomposite.

Meaning of Decompound from wikipedia

- and then upward at the tip. Often qualified, e.g. declinate-ascendant. decompound Divided to more than one level, e.g. in bipinnate leaves, in which the...
- at base with a conic taproot. Leaf blades are 1–3-pinnate or pinnately decompound. Umbels are compound, with bracts few or absent. Petals are white or yellow...
- to nodulose and around 12 millimetres (0.47 in) wide. The compound to decompound inflorescence has three to eight primary branches up to 15 centimetres...
- 5 cm (2.0 in) high (rarely up to 12 cm (4.7 in)). It has leaves that are decompound, and divided into linear segments. It blooms in the spring, where it produces...
- CLIR services include morphological analysis to handle inflection, decompounding or compound splitting to handle compound terms, and translations mechanisms...
- spiny (3 cm long) leafsheath. Both female and male flowers are simply decompound. The globose fruit is dull brown to blackish, with flattened fruit scales...
- persistent on leaf axes Blades often large Blades often 2-3 pinnate to decompound, can be 1-4 pinnate or more divided, mostly distinctly anadromous Veins...
- Springer Verlag, pp. 152–165 Airio, Eija (2006); Word Normalization and Decompounding in Mono- and Bilingual IR, Information Retrieval 9:249–271 Frakes, W...
- contraposition, contrapositive, contrapposto, counterproposition, decomposition, decompound, depone, deponent, deposit, deposition, depositional, depositor, depository...
- between May and July producing green-yellow-brown flowers. The compound or decompound inflorescence will commonly have many primary branches to a length of...