Cymoid - definition of cymoid by The Free Dictionary
1. Architecture Resembling a cyma.
2. Botany Resembling a cyme.
1. (Architecture) architect botany resembling a cyme or cyma
2. (Botany) architect botany resembling a cyme or cyma
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Many decades of mining experience have shown that ore shoots within transverse veins generally occurred: a) where quartzite or greenstone is present on one or both walls of the vein; b) adjacent to, or in, the footwall of cross-faults; c) at vein junctions or cymoid
loops; or d) where the veins change dip.