what is difference between filamentous and filiform
filament + -ous
filamentous (comparative more filamentous, superlative most filamentous)
- Having the form of threads or filaments; filamented.
Latin filum (“thread”), + -iform.
filiform (comparative more filiform, superlative most filiform)
- Shaped like or resembling a thread or filament; filamentous.
- Having all component parts or segments cylindrical and more or less uniform in size.
- Tiger beetles have filiform antennae.
From French filiforme.
filiform m or n (feminine singular filiformă, masculine plural filiformi, feminine and neuter plural filiforme)