caruncular

adjective
ca·​run·​cu·​lar | \kəˈrəŋkyələ(r), ka-\
variants: or less commonly carunculous \-​ləs \

Definition of caruncular 

1 : like a caruncle

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History and Etymology for caruncular

Latin caruncula + English -ar or -ous

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