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Bidens tripartita
Water agrimony Wa"ter ag"ri*mo*ny (Bot.) A kind of bur marigold (Bidens tripartita) found in wet places in Europe.
Bipartite
Bipartite Bip"ar*tite, a. [L. bipartitus, p. p. of bipartire; bis twice + partire. See Partite.] 1. Being in two parts; having two correspondent parts, as a legal contract or writing, one for each party; shared by two; as, a bipartite treaty. 2. Divided into two parts almost to the base, as a leaf; consisting of two parts or subdivisions. --Gray.
Bipartition
Bipartition Bi`par*ti"tion, n. The act of dividing into two parts, or of making two correspondent parts, or the state of being so divided.
Compartition
Compartition Com`par*ti"tion, n. [LL. compartitio.] The act of dividing into parts or compartments; division; also, a division or compartment. [Obs.] Their temples . . . needed no compartitions. --Sir H. Wotton.
Digitipartite
Digitipartite Dig`i*ti*par"tite, a. [L. digitus finger + partite.] (Bot.) Parted like the fingers.
Multipartite
Multipartite Mul*tip"ar*tite, a. [L. multipartitus multus much, many partitus divided, p. p.: cf. F. multipartite. See Partite.] Divided into many parts; having several parts.
Partita
Partita Par*ti"ta, n. [It.] (Mus.) A suite; a set of variations.
Partite
Partite Par"tite, a. [L. partitus, p. p. of partire to part, divide, from pars. See Part, and cf. Party, a.] (Bot.) Divided nearly to the base; as, a partite leaf is a simple separated down nearly to the base.
Partition
Partition Par*ti"tion, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Partitioned; p. pr. & vb. n. Partitioning.] 1. To divide into parts or shares; to divide and distribute; as, to partition an estate among various heirs. 2. To divide into distinct parts by lines, walls, etc.; as, to partition a house. Uniform without, though severally partitioned within. --Bacon.
Partition
Partition Par*ti"tion, n. [F. partition, L. partitio. See Part, v.] 1. The act of parting or dividing; the state of being parted; separation; division; distribution; as, the partition of a kingdom. And good from bad find no partition. --Shak. 2. That which divides or separates; that by which different things, or distinct parts of the same thing, are separated; separating boundary; dividing line or space; specifically, an interior wall dividing one part or apartment of a house, an inclosure, or the like, from another; as, a brick partition; lath and plaster partitions. No sight could pass Betwixt the nice partitions of the grass. --Dryden. 3. A part divided off by walls; an apartment; a compartment. [R.] ``Lodged in a small partition.' --Milton. 4. (Law.) The servance of common or undivided interests, particularly in real estate. It may be effected by consent of parties, or by compulsion of law. 5. (Mus.) A score. Partition of numbers (Math.), the resolution of integers into parts subject to given conditions. --Brande & C.
Partition of numbers
Partition Par*ti"tion, n. [F. partition, L. partitio. See Part, v.] 1. The act of parting or dividing; the state of being parted; separation; division; distribution; as, the partition of a kingdom. And good from bad find no partition. --Shak. 2. That which divides or separates; that by which different things, or distinct parts of the same thing, are separated; separating boundary; dividing line or space; specifically, an interior wall dividing one part or apartment of a house, an inclosure, or the like, from another; as, a brick partition; lath and plaster partitions. No sight could pass Betwixt the nice partitions of the grass. --Dryden. 3. A part divided off by walls; an apartment; a compartment. [R.] ``Lodged in a small partition.' --Milton. 4. (Law.) The servance of common or undivided interests, particularly in real estate. It may be effected by consent of parties, or by compulsion of law. 5. (Mus.) A score. Partition of numbers (Math.), the resolution of integers into parts subject to given conditions. --Brande & C.
Partitioned
Partition Par*ti"tion, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Partitioned; p. pr. & vb. n. Partitioning.] 1. To divide into parts or shares; to divide and distribute; as, to partition an estate among various heirs. 2. To divide into distinct parts by lines, walls, etc.; as, to partition a house. Uniform without, though severally partitioned within. --Bacon.
Partitioning
Partition Par*ti"tion, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Partitioned; p. pr. & vb. n. Partitioning.] 1. To divide into parts or shares; to divide and distribute; as, to partition an estate among various heirs. 2. To divide into distinct parts by lines, walls, etc.; as, to partition a house. Uniform without, though severally partitioned within. --Bacon.
Partitionment
Partitionment Par*ti"tion*ment, n. The act of partitioning.
Partitive
Partitive Par"ti*tive, a. [Cf. F. partitif.] (Gram.) Denoting a part; as, a partitive genitive.
Partitive
Partitive Par"ti*tive, n. (Gram.) A word expressing partition, or denoting a part.
Partitively
Partitively Par"ti*tive*ly, adv. In a partitive manner.
Pluripartite
Pluripartite Plu`ri*par"tite, a. [Pluri- + partite.] (Bot.) Deeply divided into several portions.
Quadripartite
Quadripartite Quad*rip"ar*tite, a. [L. quadripartitus, p. p. of quadripartire to divide into four parts; quattuor four + partire to divide: cf. F. quadripartite.] Divided into four parts.
Quadripartitely
Quadripartitely Quad*rip"ar*tite*ly, adv. In four parts.
Quadripartition
Quadripartition Quad`ri*par*ti"tion, n. [L. quadripartitio: cf. F. quadripartition.] A division or distribution by four, or into four parts; also, a taking the fourth part of any quantity or number.
Septempartite
Septempartite Sep*tem"par*tite, a. [L. septem seven + E. partite.] Divided nearly to the base into seven parts; as, a septempartite leaf.
Transverse partition
Transverse Trans*verse", a. [L. transversus, p. p. of transvertere to turn on direct across; trans across + vertere to turn: cf. F. transverse. See Verse, and cf. Traverse.] Lying or being across, or in a crosswise direction; athwart; -- often opposed to longitudinal. Transverse axis (of an ellipse or hyperbola) (Geom.), that axis which passes through the foci. Transverse partition (Bot.), a partition, as of a pericarp, at right angles with the valves, as in the siliques of mustard.
Tripartite
Tripartite Trip"ar*tite, a. [L. tripartitus; tri- (see Tri-) + partitus, p. p. of partiri to part, to divide. See Part, v. i.] 1. Divided into three parts; triparted; as, a tripartite leaf. 2. Having three corresponding parts or copies; as, to make indentures tripartite. --A. Smith. 3. Made between three parties; as, a tripartite treaty.
Tripartitely
Tripartitely Trip`ar*tite*ly, adv. In a tripartite manner.
Tripartition
Tripartition Trip`ar*ti"tion, n. [Cf. F. tripartition.] A division by threes, or into three parts; the taking of a third part of any number or quantity.

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