Ra'mous. adj. [from ramus, Latin.] Branchy; consisting of branches.
Which vast contraction and expansion seems unintelligible, by feigning the particles of air to be springy and ramous, or rolled up like hoops, or by any other means than a repulsive power. Newton's Opticks.
A ramous efflorescence, of a fine white spar, found hanging from a crust of like spar, at the top of an old wrought cavern. Woodward on Fossils.