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Dis"coid (?), a. [Gr. &?; quoit-shaped,
&?; a round plate, quoit + &?; form, shape: cf. F.
discoïde. See Disk.] Having the form of a
disk, as those univalve shells which have the whorls in one plane, so
as to form a disk, as the pearly nautilus.
Discoid flower (Bot.), a compound
flower, consisting of tubular florets only, as a tansy, lacking the
rays which are seen in the daisy and sunflower.
Dis"coid, n. Anything having the
form of a discus or disk; particularly, a discoid shell.
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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