annulate

or an·nu·lat·ed

[an-yuh-lit, -leyt or an-yuh-ley-tid]
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Origin of annulate

1820–30; < Latin annulātus, variant of ānulātus ringed, equivalent to ānul(us) ring + -ātus -ate1
Related formsan·nu·la·tion, noun
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Related Words for annulate

circular, globular, rounded, spherical, annulate, ringed

Examples from the Web for annulate

Historical Examples of annulate

  • Abdomen not annulate nor prolonged behind; eight legs in the adult stage.

    Handbook of Medical Entomology

    William Albert Riley

  • The longitudinal type characterises such genera as Vibrio, Filaria, Gordius, and all the annulate animals.

    Form and Function

    E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell

  • Thus vertebrate and annulate embryos agree in certain points at the time of the formation of the primitive streak.

    Form and Function

    E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell

  • In eggs with yolk, whether vertebrate or annulate, there is always a separation into an animal and a plastic layer.

    Form and Function

    E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell

  • Cross rings may or may not be present, and the cup is either smooth or annulate.


British Dictionary definitions for annulate

annulate

adjective
  1. having, composed of, or marked with rings
Derived Formsannulated, adjective

Word Origin for annulate

C19: from Latin ānulātus, from ānulus a ring
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