[lawr-i-keyt, -kit or lawr-i-key-tid; lor-]
covered with a lorica.
Origin of loricate
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Historical Examples of loricate
An example of this may be taken from the loricate or mailed-cheek fishes.
Yet a study of the skeleton shows that all these loricate forms constitute a continuous divergent series.