Definition of tuberculiform
: sufficiently short and blunt as to resemble a tubercle a tuberculiform process on the head of an insect
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Origin and Etymology of tuberculiform
New Latin tuberculiformis, from tubercul- + Latin -iformis -iform
First Known Use: 1817
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