Origin of glandular
Examples from the Web for glandular
Historical Examples of glandular
Flowers large, to 2/3 in., many in a corymb, on glandular peduncles.Trees of the Northern United States
Austin C. Apgar
The glandular forms by far the largest portion of the udder.Cattle and Their Diseases
A disease consisting of any glandular enlargement in any part of the body.The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana
It is probable that the secretion from the glandular zone of the ciliary body is increased.Glaucoma
How long have the glandular swellings been present, Professor?Hilda Wade
- of, relating to, containing, functioning as, or affecting a glandglandular tissue
Word Origin for glandular
1740, from French glandulaire, from glandule "small gland" (16c.), from Latin glandula (see gland).
- Of, relating to, affecting, or resembling a gland or its secretion.
- Functioning as a gland.
- Having glands.
- Resulting from the abnormal function of a gland or glands.