filamentous vs filiform what difference

what is difference between filamentous and filiform

English

Etymology

filament +‎ -ous

Adjective

filamentous (comparative more filamentous, superlative most filamentous)

  1. Having the form of threads or filaments; filamented.

Derived terms

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English

Etymology

Latin filum (thread), +‎ -iform.

Adjective

filiform (comparative more filiform, superlative most filiform)

  1. Shaped like or resembling a thread or filament; filamentous.
  2. Having all component parts or segments cylindrical and more or less uniform in size.
    Tiger beetles have filiform antennae.

Translations


Romanian

Etymology

From French filiforme.

Adjective

filiform m or n (feminine singular filiformă, masculine plural filiformi, feminine and neuter plural filiforme)

  1. filiform

Declension


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