[ag-muh-nit, -neyt or ag-muh-ney-tid]
- aggregated together.
Origin of agminate
1855–60; < Latin agmin- (stem of agmen) army on march, throng, crowd + -ate1
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Examples from the Web for agminate
Historical Examples of agminate
The solitary and agminate glands of the intestine are not affected, save as the result of special complications.
- gathered or clustered together
Word Origin for agminate
C19: from Latin agmen a moving throng
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