carunculate

or ca·run·cu·lat·ed

[kuh-ruhng-kyuh-lit, -leyt or kuh-ruhng-kyuh-ley-tid]
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adjective

having a caruncle.

Nearby words

  1. cartwright, john,
  2. caruaru,
  3. carucate,
  4. caruncle,
  5. caruncular,
  6. carus curve,
  7. caruso,
  8. caruso, enrico,
  9. carvacrol,
  10. carve

Origin of carunculate

From the New Latin word carunculātus, dating back to 1825–35. See caruncle, -ate1

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