lobose

[ loh-bohs ]
/ ˈloʊ boʊs /

adjective Zoology.

having broad, thick pseudopodia, as certain ameboid protozoans.

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Origin of lobose

From the New Latin word lobōsus, dating back to 1880–85. See lobe, -ose1
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