a tree that produces caucho.
Other definitions for -ule (2 of 2)
a suffix occurring in loanwords from Latin, originally diminutive nouns (capsule; globule; nodule) or noun derivatives of verbs (ligule).
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How to use ule in a sentence
So it was settled that the sun spent all his time in the neighbourhood of ule.
Measures had of course been taken to keep the Flamp out of ule.
Suffice it to say, that henceforward the Flamp became the guardian of ule.
Equivalent to the English suffixes -let in "streamlet," -ule in "globule," "pustule."The International Auxiliary Language Esperanto | George Cox
The elder folks gathered in knots in the churchyard, greeting and shaking hands; and the children ran about crying, ule!Old Christmas From the Sketch Book of Washington Irving | Washington Irving
British Dictionary definitions for -ule
indicating smallness: globule
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