Origin of -uleFrench or L: French -ule ; from Classical Latin -ulus, -ula, -ulum
Origin of -uleFrench, from Latin -ulus, -ula, -ulum, diminutive suff.
- A Mexican and Central American tree (Castilloa elastica and C. markhamiana), related to the breadfruit tree, whose milky juice contains caoutchouc.
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ule - Computer Definition
(ULtra Low Energy) A network for home automation, security and climate control from the ULE Alliance (www.ulealliance.org) that is based on the DECT cordless phone standard. Using dedicated spectrum, ULE devices are free of interference from Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and other transmission systems. See DECT.