lobate

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adjective lo·bate \ˈlō-ˌbāt\
variants: or less commonly

lobated

play \ˈlō-ˌbā-təd\

Definition of lobate

  1. 1 :  lobed

  2. 2 :  resembling a lobe

lobation

play \lō-ˈbā-shən\ noun

Origin and Etymology of lobate

New Latin lobatus, from Late Latin lobus


First Known Use: circa 1760


Medical Dictionary

lobate

play
adjective lo·bate \ˈlō-ˌbāt\
variants: also

lobated

\-ˌbāt-əd\play

Medical Definition of lobate

  1. 1:  having lobes

  2. 2:  resembling a lobe

lobation

\lō-ˈbā-shən\play noun

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