galeate

adjective ga·le·ate \ ˈgālēˌāt , -ēə̇t \
variants: or less commonly galeated \-ēˌātə̇d\

Definition of galeate

:helmet-shaped :having a galea :hooded

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Origin and Etymology of galeate

Latin galeatus helmeted, from galea helmet + -atus -ate (adjective suffix)


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