incudate

adjective
in·​cu·​date | \ ˈi|ŋ|kyəˌdāt, |n|\
variants: or less commonly incudal \ -​dᵊl \

Definition of incudate

1 : of or relating to the incus
2 : having an incus

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History and Etymology for incudate

incud- + -ate or -al

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