puberulent

[pyoo-ber-yuh-luh nt, -ber-uh-]
Also pu·ber·u·lous [pyoo-ber-yuh-luh s, -ber-uh-] /pyuˈbɛr yə ləs, -ˈbɛr ə-/.

Origin of puberulent

1860–65; < Latin pūber- (see puberty) + -ulent
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puberulent

adjective
  1. biology covered with very fine down; finely pubescent

Word Origin for puberulent

C19: from Latin pūber
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