lanose

[ ley-nohs ]
/ ˈleɪ noʊs /

adjective

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Origin of lanose

From the Latin word lānōsus, dating back to 1850–55. See lani-, -ose1

OTHER WORDS FROM lanose

la·nos·i·ty [ley-nos-i-tee], /leɪˈnɒs ɪ ti/, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for lanose

lanose
/ (ˈleɪnəʊs, -nəʊz) /

adjective

another word for lanate

Derived forms of lanose

lanosity (leɪˈnɒsɪtɪ), noun

Word Origin for lanose

C19: from Latin lānosus
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