Origin of angulateClassical Latin angulatus, past participle of angulare, to make angular ; from angulus, angle
tr. & intr.v.an·gu·lat·ed, an·gu·lat·ing, an·gu·lates
(comparative more angulate, superlative most angulate)
- Shaped with corners or angles.
- angulate leaves
(third-person singular simple present angulates, present participle angulating, simple past and past participle angulated)
- To make, or to become, angular