noun, plural bul·lae [boo l-ee, buhl-ee] /ˈbʊl i, ˈbʌl i/.
Origin of bulla
Examples from the Web for bullae
The bullae are less inflated even than in the mink, subgenus Lutreola.American Weasels|E. Raymond Hall
Even so, the minimum size of bullae among the topotypes is larger than the maximum size in the specimens from Wapinitia.
Some bullae or blebs have formed in the vicinity of the gangrenous spot.Report on Surgery to the Santa Clara County Medical Society|Joseph Bradford Cox
In the hyperemic area, vesicles or bullae form, containing first serum and later possibly sero-pus.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry|Maximilian Stern
Specimens from five miles south of Cotopaxi also have the bullae more flattened ventrally.Geographic Variation in the Pocket Gopher, Thomys bottae, in Colorado|Phillip M. Youngman
British Dictionary definitions for bullae
noun plural -lae (-liː)
Word Origin for bulla
Word Origin and History for bullae
1876, from Latin bulla (plural bullae), literally "bubble" (see bull (n.2)).