galeate

or ga·le·at·ed

[ gey-lee-eyt or gey-lee-ey-tid ]
/ ˈgeɪ liˌeɪt or ˈgeɪ liˌeɪ tɪd /

adjective

having a galea.
being in the shape of a helmet; helmet-shaped.

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Origin of galeate

1700–10; <Latin galeātus covered with a helmet, equivalent to gale(a) helmet + -ātus-ate1
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