Origin of tubulateClassical Latin tubulatus
transitive verb-·lat·ed, -·lat·ing
- Formed into or resembling a tube; tubular.
- Having a tube.
Origin of tubulateLatin tubulātus from tubulus diminutive of tubus tube
(comparative more tubulate, superlative most tubulate)
(third-person singular simple present tubulates, present participle tubulating, simple past and past participle tubulated)
- To form into a tube
- To furnish with one or more tubes