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lenticular

adjective len·tic·u·lar \len-ˈti-kyə-lər\

Definition of LENTICULAR

1
:  having the shape of a double-convex lens
2
:  of or relating to a lens
3
:  provided with or utilizing lenticules <a lenticular screen>

Origin of LENTICULAR

Middle English, from Latin lenticularis lentil-shaped, from lenticula lentil
First Known Use: 15th century

lenticular

adjective len·tic·u·lar \len-ˈtik-yə-lər\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of LENTICULAR

1
:  having the shape of a double-convex lens
2
:  of or relating to a lens especially of the eye
3
:  relating to or being the lentiform nucleus of the brain

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