arcuate[är′kyo̵̅o̅ it, -āt′]
curved like a bow; arched
Origin of arcuateClassical Latin arcuatus, past participle of arcuare, bend like a bow ; from arcus, a bow: see arc
Having the form of a bow; curved.
Origin of arcuateLatin arcuātus, past participle of arcuāre, to bend like a bow, from arcus, bow.
(comparative more arcuate, superlative most arcuate)