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1. Of or resembling branches.
2. Branching; ramose.

[From Latin rāmōsus, ramose; see ramose.]


(ˈreɪ məs)

1. ramose.
2. pertaining to or resembling branches.
[1555–65; < Latin rāmōsus. See ramose, -ous]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ramous - having branches
branchy - having many branches; "a branchy tree trunk"
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After the needle tip touched the inferior border of the superior pubic ramous, the needle was withdrawn shortly and then directed 45 degrees laterally to enter the obturator foramen.
Claire Collins, 55, who owns the Fich & Ramous hair salon on Eastgate, said: "There are some setbacks that you can prepare for, but I never planned for something like this.
Un'altra osservazione--sine ira ac studio--che mi sento di fare e questa: visto che i due antologisti hanno inserito poeti nati ben oltre un secolo fa (Alfredo Bufano per l'Argentina, Gianni Montagnaper il Belgio, Osvaldo Ramous per la Croazia, ecc.
The patients included had large tumour involving ramous usually irrespective of the perforation of the cortical plates.