shaped like a star; coming out in rays or points from a center
Origin of stellateClassical Latin stellatus, past participle of stellare, to cover with stars ; from stella, a star
Arranged or shaped like a star; radiating from a center.
Origin of stellateLatin st&emacron;llatus, from st&emacron;lla, star; see ster-3 in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more stellate, superlative most stellate)
- Shaped like a star, having points, or rays radiating from a center.
- stellate flowers