Origin of pulvillusModern Latin ; from L, small cushion, contr. ; from pulvinulus, diminutive of pulvinus, cushion
Origin of pulvillusLatin, short for pulv&imacron;nulus, diminutive of pulv&imacron;nus, cushion.
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Latin, a little cushion.