rotundate

adjective ro·tun·date \-ˈtəndə̇t, -ˌdāt\

Definition of rotundate

  1. :  rounded at the end or corners

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Origin and Etymology of rotundate

Latin rotundatus, past participle of rotundare to make round, from rotundus round


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