- composed of, or arranged in, laminae.
Also lam·i·nar·y [lam-uh-ner-ee] /ˈlæm əˌnɛr i/.
Origin of laminar
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The female kind is bright and friable, laminar and not globular.De Re Metallica
The tassets are replaced by laminar cuissarts extending to the knee, below which the suit is not continued.Armour in England
J. Starkie Gardner
Thus in the primrose the phyllodic sepals seem to show clearly that the sepals are in that plant of a laminar nature (fig. 131).
Should this happen to be terminated by a second laminar portion, an interrupted leaf would be formed.
Usually the metal is arborescent, dendritic, filiform, moss-like or laminar.