Origin of lineolateModern Latin lineolatus ; from Classical Latin lineola, diminutive of linea: see line
Origin of lineolateNew Latin l&imacron;neolatus, from Latin l&imacron;neola, diminutive of l&imacron;nea, thread, line; see line1.
(comparative more lineolate, superlative most lineolate)
- (zoology) Marked with little lines.
- (botany) Marked longitudinally with fine lines.
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