Panduriforme, fiddle-shaped, oblong, broad at the two extremities and contracted in the middle, as the Fiddle Dock, Humex pulcher t. 1576.
Runcinatum, runcinate, or lion-toothed, cut into several transverse, acute segments, pointing backwards, as the Dandelion, Leontodon Taraxacum, t. 540.
Lyratum, lyrate, or lyre-shaped, cut into several transverse segments, gradually larger towards the extremity of the leaf, which is rounded, as Erysimum Barbarea, t. 443.
Fissum, cloven, when the margins of the fissures and segments are straight, as in the Gingko-tree, Salisburia adiantifolia.
Bifidum, trifidum, multifidum, &c. express the number of the segments.
Lobatum, lobed, when the margins of the segments are rounded, as in Anemone Hepatica, Curt. Mag. t. 10.
Bilobum, trilobum, &c., according to the number of the lobes.