Do we really need four words for this?

Really? And the last entry winds up with the word “english” used as a verb. Wild.

acaulescent, a.

Bot.
Apparently stemless, having a very short stem, or having the stem concealed in the ground.

————–

acauline, a.
Bot.

= ACAULESCENT.

————

acaulose, a.

Bot.

= ACAULESCENT.

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acaulous, a.

Bot.

= ACAULESCENT.

¶Of the three preceding attempts to english Linnæus’s acaulis, Jussieu’s acaule, this is most in accordance with Eng. analogies.

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