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Origin of geniculate
OTHER WORDS FROM geniculatege·nic·u·late·ly, adverbsub·ge·nic·u·late, adjective
Words nearby geniculate
Example sentences from the Web for geniculate
Elaters simple or branched, often geniculate, more or less heteromorphous, the fibres wanting or indistinct.
Sub-geniculate: applied to antennae that are articulated from a short, thick scope.
The portion of pallium connected with the lateral geniculate body lies above and behind the olfactory or archipallium.
Scape: the long basal joint of a geniculate antenna in Coleoptera; usually applied to the three basal joints, as in Hymenoptera.
The set differs from those of nuda in their longer fine tips and more geniculate appearance at base of this region.