[doo-pli-kuh-choo r, -kuh-cher, -key-cher, dyoo-]
- a folding or doubling of a part on itself, as a membrane.
Origin of duplicature
From the New Latin
dating back to 1680–90.
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018
Examples from the Web for duplicature
Historical Examples of duplicature
Fetuses deficient at their extremities, or have a duplicature of parts.
A duplicature of the peritoneum covering the small intestine, which occupies the middle or center of the abdominal cavity.