- a tiny bract.
- a little leaf of leaf-like structure directly subtending a flower or inflorescence whose stalk itself is subtended by a bract.
- A bract subtending someone rose rather than an inflorescence.
- Same as bractlet.
- In botany, only a little bract situated on a partial flower-stalk or pedicel, between the bract and calyx, and often smaller than the true bract. Also known as bractlet. See cut-under bract.
- a tiny bract
Hypernym for "bracteole"
Variant for "bracteole"