Origin of geminate
OTHER WORDS FROM geminategem·i·nate·ly, adverbnon·gem·i·nate, adjective, noun
Words nearby geminate
How to use geminate in a sentence
Frustules single or geminate, cylindrical, short, in zone view rectangular or with undulating sides.
Frustules free, sometimes geminate; valve as in Navicula but with a stauros.
Geminate: arranged in pairs composed of two similar parts: doubled.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
Spicula all geminate-radiate, with a short middle rod and a variable number of shanks on each end of it.
Spicula mixed, of two different kinds; simple needles and geminate-forked.