emarginate

adjective
emar·​gin·​ate | \ (ˌ)ē-ˈmär-jə-nət, -ˌnāt\

Definition of emarginate

: having the margin notched

Other Words from emarginate

emargination \ (ˌ)ē-​ˌmär-​jə-​ˈnā-​shən \ noun

First Known Use of emarginate

1794, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for emarginate

Latin emarginatus, past participle of emarginare to deprive of a margin, from e- + margin-, margo margin

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