radiatus

[ rey-dee-ey-tuhs ]
/ ˌreɪ diˈeɪ təs /

adjective Meteorology.

(of a cloud) having bands that appear to converge toward a point on the horizon.

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Origin of radiatus

<New Latin, Latin: arranged radially, originally, having rays of light; see radiate
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