calceolate[kal′sē ə lāt′]
calceolate definition by Webster's New World
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Bot. shaped like a slipper, as the large, middle petal of an orchid
Origin: ; from Classical Latin calceolus (see calceolaria) plush -ate
calceolate definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Shaped like a slipper, as the pouchlike petal of the flower of the lady's slipper.
Origin: From Latin calceolus, diminutive of calceus, shoe, from calx, calc-, heel.