Definition of saxicoline in English:

saxicoline

Syllabification: sax·ic·o·line
Pronunciation: /sakˈsikəˌlīn, -lin
 
/
(also saxicolous /-ˈsikələs/)

adjective

Another term for saxatile.

Origin

late 19th century: from modern Latin saxicolus (from saxum 'rock' + colere 'inhabit') + -ine1.

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