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lamellar

[ luh-mel-er, lam-uh-ler ]
/ ləˈmɛl ər, ˈlæm ə lər /
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adjective

referring to a lamella or lamellae.
noting a type of armor composed of small plates or lames laced together.
Mathematics. conservative (def. 7).

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Origin of lamellar

First recorded in 1785–95; lamell(a) + -ar1

OTHER WORDS FROM lamellar

la·mel·lar·ly, adverbin·ter·la·mel·lar, adjectivemul·ti·la·mel·lar, adjective
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