or pe·dun·cu·lat·ed

[pi-duhng-kyuh-lit, -leyt or pi-duhng-kyuh-ley-tid]

Origin of pedunculate

From the New Latin word pedunculātus, dating back to 1750–60. See peduncle, -ate1
Related formspe·dun·cu·la·tion, nounsub·pe·dun·cu·late, adjectivesub·pe·dun·cu·lat·ed, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

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British Dictionary definitions for pedunculated



  1. having, supported on, or growing from a peduncle
Derived Formspedunculation, noun
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Word Origin and History for pedunculated

1752, from Modern Latin pedunculatus, from pedunculus (see peduncle).

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pedunculated in Medicine


[pĭ-dŭngkyə-lĭt, -lāt′]
  1. Having a peduncle.
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