- having the form of a small star or small stars.
- spotted with stars.
Origin of stellular
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A light, stellular in the gloom that hung about the lower levels, suddenly sprung up in the window.A History of American Literature Since 1870
Fred Lewis Pattee
Stellate, Stellular, starry or star-like; where several similar parts spread out from a common centre, like a star.The Elements of Botany
- displaying or abounding in small starsa stellular pattern
- resembling a little star or little stars
C18: from Late Latin stellula, diminutive of Latin stella star
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