stellular

adjective
stel·lu·lar | \ˈstelyələ(r)\

Definition of stellular 

1 : having the shape of a small star : starry a stellular light

2 : radiating like a star stellular markings

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History and Etymology for stellular

Late Latin stellula (diminutive of Latin stella star) + English -ar

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