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Ramo

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Ramo is a bouquet or a branch. The word can also mean a cluster or bunch which is why it is used for bouquet.

When used for branch it can mean a branch of a tree or a branch of science. When talking about a branch of science it could further be translated with the word industry.

The feminine form of the word, rama, is used as well to refer to a branch.

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    To ramify means to branch,like a tree. A ramification is a result of an action.

    dant on April 12th, 2008

 

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