globular

or glob·u·lous

[glob-yuh-ler]

Origin of globular

1650–60; < Latin globul(us) globule + -ar1
Related formsglob·u·lar·i·ty, glob·u·lar·ness, nounglob·u·lar·ly, adverbin·ter·glob·u·lar, adjectivenon·glob·u·lar, adjectivenon·glob·u·lar·ly, adverbsub·glob·u·lar, adjectivesub·glob·u·lar·ly, adverbsub·glob·u·lar·i·ty, nounun·glob·u·lar, adjectiveun·glob·u·lar·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for subglobular

globular

globulous

adjective
  1. shaped like a globe or globule
  2. having or consisting of globules
Derived Formsglobularity (ˌɡlɒbjʊˈlærɪtɪ) or globularness, nounglobularly, adverb
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Word Origin and History for subglobular

globular

adj.

1650s, from French globulaire, from Latin globus (see globe).

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