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 (frôg′ī′, frŏg′ī′)
A plant disease caused by fungi and characterized by rounded spots on the leaves.
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(Plant Pathology) a fungal plant disease causing leaf spots
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(ˈfrɒgˌaɪ, ˈfrɔgˌaɪ)

n., pl. -eyes for 1.
1. a small whitish leaf spot with a narrow darker border, produced by certain fungi.
2. a plant disease so characterized.
frog′eyed`, adj.
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