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From Latin gemma (bud on a plant).

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Singular
Gemma

Plural
gemmae

Gemma (plural gemmae)
  1. An asexual reproductive structure, as found in liverworts and hydra, able to produce new individuals from a cluster of cells.

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gemma f. (plural gemme)

  1. bud
  2. gem, jewel

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gemma

  1. Third-person singular present tense of gemmare.
  2. Second-person singular imperative of gemmare#Italian.

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gemma (genitive gemmae); f, first declension

  1. A bud or eye of a plant.
  2. A jewel.
  3. A thing made of precious stones.

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Number Singular Plural
nominative gemma gemmae
genitive gemmae gemmārum
dative gemmae gemmīs
accusative gemmam gemmās
ablative gemmā gemmīs
vocative gemma gemmae

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et:gemma fr:gemma ko:gemma io:gemma it:gemma lo:gemma hu:gemma pl:gemma ru:gemma fi:gemma vi:gemma zh:gemma

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