Origin of lenticular
Examples from the Web for lenticular
Historical Examples of lenticular
Shell subcircular, lenticular, strongly compressed on both sides, with a sharp and broad hyaline keel in the sagittal perimeter.
Shell subcircular, lenticular, strongly compressed, with two short divergent spines on the apical margin (a dorsal and a ventral).
The refracting or lenticular stereoscope that of Sir David Brewster.The Boy's Playbook of Science
John Henry Pepper
Style 2-cleft with the fruit flattened or lenticular; or 3-cleft and fruit 3-angular.
It is these which enter the frontal lobe and lenticular nucleus.Degeneracy
Eugene S. Talbot
Word Origin for lenticular
early 15c., from Late Latin lenticularis, from lenticula "a small lentil," diminutive of lens "lentil" (see lentil). Related: Lenticularity.