ossiculate

adjective
os·sic·u·late | \-yələ̇t, -yəˌlāt\
variants: or ossiculated \-ˌlātə̇d \

Definition of ossiculate 

: having ossicles

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History and Etymology for ossiculate

ossiculate from New Latin ossiculatus, from Latin ossiculum + -atus -ate; ossiculated from New Latin ossiculatus + English -ed

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