Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Wearing or furnished with an ocrea, greave, or legging; booted.
- In botany, furnished with an ocrea or sheath (through which the stem passes), formed by a stipule or by the union of two stipules.
- In ornithology, booted; having the tarsal envelop continuous; having a holothecal podotheca. See boot and caligula.
- In zoology, sheathed as if with stipules; having ocreæ.
- adj. Alternative form of ochreate.
GNU Webster's 1913
“One or more of them lie on the upper part of the bulb, forming the "limb" of the "ocreate" volva.”
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