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zonule

[ zohn-yool ]
/ ˈzoʊn yul /
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noun
a little zone, belt, band, or the like.
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Origin of zonule

From the New Latin word zōnula, dating back to 1825–35. See zone, -ule

OTHER WORDS FROM zonule

zon·u·lar [zohn-yuh-ler], /ˈzoʊn yə lər/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for zonule

zonule
/ (ˈzɒnjuːl) /

noun
a small zone, band, or area

Derived forms of zonule

zonular (ˈzɒnjʊlə), adjective

Word Origin for zonule

C19: from New Latin zōnula a little zone
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