stratocumulus


stra·to·cu·mu·lus

noun \ˌstrā-tō-ˈkyü-myə-ləs, ˌstra-\

Definition of STRATOCUMULUS

:  stratified low cumulus consisting of large balls or rolls of dark cloud which often cover the whole sky especially in winter — see cloud illustration

Origin of STRATOCUMULUS

New Latin
First Known Use: 1873

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