adjective rosu·late \ˈrōzələ̇t, ˈräz-\

Definition of rosulate

  1. :  arranged in the form of a rosette or in rosettes

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Origin and Etymology of rosulate

Late Latin rosula small rose (from Latin rosa rose + -ula) + English -ate — more at rose

First Known Use: 1829

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a brief usually trivial fact

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