marmorate

adjective mar·mo·rate \ˈmärməˌrāt\
variants: or

marmorated

\-ātə̇d\

Definition of marmorate

  1. :  veined like marble :  marbled

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Origin and Etymology of marmorate

marmorate from Latin marmoratus, past participle of marmorare to adorn with marble, from marmor marble; marmorated from Latin marmoratus + English -ed


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