stelliferous

[ ste-lif-er-uh s ]
/ stɛˈlɪf ər əs /

adjective

having or abounding with stars.

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Origin of stelliferous

1575–85; < Latin stellifer star-bearing (stell(a) star + -i- -i- + -fer -fer) + -ous; see -ferous
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British Dictionary definitions for stelliferous

stelliferous
/ (stɛˈlɪfərəs) /

adjective

full of stars

Word Origin for stelliferous

C16: from Latin stellifer star-bearing, from stella star; see -ferous
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