Lenticular meaning

lĕn-tĭk'yə-lər
The definition of lenticular is shaped like a lens or resembling a lens.

An example of something lenticular is the lens of an eye.

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Shaped like a biconvex lens.
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Of or relating to a lens.
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Shaped like a lentil or biconvex lens.
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Of a lens.
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Of the lens of the eye.
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Designating or of a projection screen made up of a series of small cylindrical lenses set on the surface: the screen is very bright over a wide angle of viewing.
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Of or pertaining to a lens.
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Shaped like a biconvex lens.
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Relating to a lenticular image.
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A lenticular image.
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A lenticular galaxy.
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Origin of lenticular

  • Latin lenticulāris lentil-shaped from lenticula lentil lentil
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Latin lenticulāris (“lentil-shaped"), from lÄ“ns (“a lentil").
    From Wiktionary