Definition for POL'LEN

POL'LEN, n. [L. pollen, pollis, fine flour; Russ. pil, piel, dust, L. pulvis.]

  1. The fecundating dust or fine substance like flour or meal, contained in the anther of flowers, which is dispersed on the stigma for impregnation; farin or farina. – Encyc. Milne. Martyn.
  2. Fine bran. – Bailey.

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