membraniferous etymology

English word membraniferous comes from English membrane, English -ferous

Detailed word origin of membraniferous

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
membrane English (eng) A flexible enclosing or separating tissue forming a plane or film and separating two environments (usually in a plant or animal).. A flexible or semi-flexible covering or waterproofing whose primary function is to exclude water.. A mechanical, thin, flat flexible part that can deform or vibrate when excited by an external force.
-ferous English (eng) Used to form adjectives from nouns, containing the specified material. Used to form adjectives from nouns, producing the specified material.
membraniferous English (eng) Having or producing membranes.

Words with the same origin as membraniferous

Descendants of membrane
brane endomembranous membranal membranate membraniform membranoid membranology membranotropic transmembranous
Descendants of -ferous
amentiferous balsamiferous bariferous berylliferous carboniferous ceriferous culmiferous dentiferous diamondiferous ferriferous gelatiniferous gemmiferous gemmuliferous glanduliferous granuliferous iodiferous manganiferous molybdeniferous palladiferous pruniferous quartziferous tantaliferous tungsteniferous unguiferous zinciferous