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enation

noun ena·tion \i-ˈnā-shən\

Definition of ENATION

:  an outgrowth from the surface of an organ <a plant virus causing enations on leaves>

Origin of ENATION

Latin enatus, past participle of enasci to rise out of, from e- + nasci to be born — more at nation
First Known Use: circa 1842

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