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- n. Alternative spelling of aetheogam.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In De Candolle's system of classification, a plant belonging to a group of cryptogams which were the only ones of the order then known to have sexual organs, including the Equisetaceæ, Filices, Musci, higher Hepaticæ, etc.
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