verb (used with or without object), gem·i·nat·ed, gem·i·nat·ing.
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Origin of geminate
OTHER WORDS FROM geminategem·i·nate·ly, adverbnon·gem·i·nate, adjective, noun
Words nearby geminate
Example sentences from the Web for geminate
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.