Twofold organized in two rows
- Twofold; arranged in 2 rows.
- Pointing two means, as leaves that develop just on reverse edges of a part; in 2 vertical rows.
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1650s, from Latin bifarius "twofold, dual," probably initially "that which could be expressed in two ways" [Klein], from bi- (see bi-) + fari "to speak, state" (see popularity (n.)). Relevant: Bifariously.
(a.) Twofold; arranged in 2 rows.
- (a.) Pointing two means, as leaves that develop only on contrary sides of a branch; in two vertical rows.