[ kap-uh-ley-tuhs ]
/ ˌkæp əˈleɪ təs /
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(of a cumulonimbus cloud) having a cirriform upper portion that resembles an anvil or a disorderly mass of hair.
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Hence crinitus means nothing more than covered with hair; capillatus is used in opp.Dderlein's Hand-book of Latin Synonymes|Ludwig Dderlein
There is a species of small crustacean (Podocerus capillatus) described by Mr. Bates, which builds a nest to contain its eggs.Animal Intelligence|George J. Romanes