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- proper noun obsolete A former
botanical classof plantswhose flowershad twenty or more stamens
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Polyandria, Polygynia, &c.) than in other plants with a smaller number of parts, and which are more or less adherent one to the other.
Polyandria -- Calophyllum inophyllum_) (Tagálog, _Dangcalán_), is greatly appreciated for crooks and curves, but as a rule cannot be found of suitable dimensions for large vessels.