puncticular

adjective punc·tic·u·lar \ˌpəŋ(k)ˈtikyələ(r)\
variants: or

puncticulate

\-lə̇t, -ˌlāt\

Definition of puncticular

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Origin and Etymology of puncticular

(assumed) New Latin puncticulum (diminutive of Latin punctum point) + English -ar, -ate


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