lomatine

adjective lo·ma·tine \ˈlōmətə̇n, -ətə̇n\
variants: or

lomatinous

\lōˈmatənəs\

Definition of lomatine

  1. :  lobed the lomatine toes of some birds

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Origin and Etymology of lomatine

International Scientific Vocabulary lomat- (from Greek lōmat-, lōma hem, fringe) + -ine; akin to Latin lorum strap — more at lore


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