Examples from the Web for maculation
Strigile -is: maculation that consists of parallel longitudinal lines: a deep sinus near base of first joint of anterior tarsus.
The maculation of the under side is as represented in the plate.The Butterfly Book|William Jacob Holland
Quiet: subdued: not conspicuous or contrasting in color or maculation.
Ustulatus: scorched: applied to a maculation that has the appearance of having been burned in.
British Dictionary definitions for maculation
Word Origin and History for maculation
mid-15c., from Latin maculationem (nominative maculatio), noun of action from past participle stem of maculare (see maculate).