foliaceous vs foliaged what difference

what is difference between foliaceous and foliaged

English

Etymology

From Latin foliaceus, from folium (a leaf).

Adjective

foliaceous (comparative more foliaceous, superlative most foliaceous)

  1. Resembling a leaf or leaves.
  2. Bearing leaves.

Synonyms

  • (resembling a leaf): leaflike

References

  • foliaceous at OneLook Dictionary Search
  • foliaceous in The Century Dictionary, New York, N.Y.: The Century Co., 1911.


English

Etymology

foliage +‎ -ed

Adjective

foliaged (not comparable)

  1. Having foliage.


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