angulous

adjective an·gu·lous \ˈaŋgyələs\
variants: less commonly

angulose

\-ˌlōs\

Definition of angulous

archaic

  1. :  having angles or corners :  angular

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Origin and Etymology of angulous

French anguleux, from Latin angulosus, from angulus angle + -osus -ous, -ose


First Known Use: 15th century


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