having a or ; lobate.
Botany. (of a leaf) having or divisions extending less than halfway to the middle of the base.
- Lobe-finned fish
[lohb-find] /ˈloʊbˌfɪnd/ noun 1. any fish that has rounded scales and lobed fins, as the coelacanth. lobe-finned fish Any of various fishes of the class Sarcopterygii, having fins that are rounded and fleshy, suggesting limbs. One group of lobe-finned fish are thought to be ancestors of amphibians and other land-dwelling vertebrate animals. They first appeared […]
[loh-beel-yuh] /loʊˈbil yə/ noun 1. any herbaceous or woody plant of the genus Lobelia, having long clusters of blue, red, yellow, or white flowers. /ləʊˈbiːlɪə/ noun 1. any plant of the campanulaceous genus Lobelia, having red, blue, white, or yellow five-lobed flowers with the three lower lobes forming a lip
[loh-bee-lee-ey-shuh s] /loʊˌbi liˈeɪ ʃəs/ adjective 1. belonging to the plant family Lobeliaceae.
noun 1. the plant family Lobeliaceae (sometimes considered a subfamily, Lobelioideae, of the Campanulaceae, or bellflower family), typified by usually herbaceous plants having milky sap, simple alternate leaves, irregular two-lipped flowers, and fruit in the form of a capsule or berry, and including the cardinal flower, Indian tobacco, and lobelia.