[gloh-beyt or gloh-bey-tid]
shaped like a globe.
Origin of globate
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I'll wager there's something like that in the Globate Credo.The Buttoned Sky
Geoff St. Reynard
shaped like a globe
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"spherical," 1847, from Latin globatus, past participle of globare "make into a globe," from globus (see globe).
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