shaped like a hood; cowled, as the leaves of violets
Origin of cucullateEcclesiastical Late Latin cuculatus ; from cuculla, for Classical Latin cucullus, hood: see cowl
Having the shape of a cowl or hood; hooded: cucullate sepals.
Origin of cucullateMedieval Latin cucullatus, from Latin cucullus, hood.
(comparative more cucullate, superlative most cucullate)