Ochrea

O"chre*a

(?), n.;
pl. Ochree (#).
[L.] 1. (Antiq.) A greave or legging.
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2. (Bot.) A kind of sheath formed by two stipules united round a stem.
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O"chre*ate

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O"chre*a`ted

(?), } a. 1. Wearing or furnished with an ochrea or legging; wearing boots; booted.
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A scholar undertook . . . to address himself ochreated unto the vice chancellor.
Fuller.
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2. (Bot.) Provided with ochrea, or sheathformed stipules, as the rhubarb, yellow dock, and knotgrass.
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