foraminate

adjective
fo·ram·i·nate | \ fəˈraməˌnāt \
variants: or foraminated \-ātə̇d \

Definition of foraminate 

: having foramina : perforated

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History and Etymology for foraminate

Late Latin foraminatus, from Latin foramin-, foramen + -atus -ate, -ated

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