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digitate: Compound with one order of leaflets all inserted at a common point and diverging from one another, or lobed (cleft, divided, parted, segmented), incised or ribbed in a similar hand-like pattern. Unless qualified to indicate otherwise, this term usually is understood to mean "palmately once-compound." See also …palmate, palmatifid, palmatipinnate, ternate.[1]
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Example(s): Example sentences from FNA : [1] Leaves on sterile stems simple or digitate with linear segments, 2–4 mm. [2] Sterile stem leaves in a rosette, simple or digitate, with 3–9 segments.


  1. Categorical Glossary for the Flora of North America Project, by Robert W. Kiger and Duncan M. Porter. 2001. Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation.