(comparative more ampullar, superlative most ampullar)
- Resembling an ampulla.
Variant of ampulla
- a nearly round bottle with two handles, used by the ancient Greeks and Romans
- Anat. a sac or dilated part of a tube or canal, as of a milk duct in a mammary gland
Origin of ampullaMiddle English ampulle ; from Old English ampulla or Old French ampoule, both forms ; from Classical Latin ampulla, diminutive of ampora, for amphora, amphora