urceolate

adjective
ur·ce·o·late | \ˌər-ˈsē-ə-lət, ˈər-sē-ə-ˌlāt \

Definition of urceolate 

: shaped like an urn urceolate corollas

First Known Use of urceolate

1760, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for urceolate

New Latin urceolatus, from Latin urceolus, diminutive of urceus pitcher

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Dictionary Entries near urceolate

URC

urceiform

urceolar

urceolate

urceole

Urceolina

urceolus

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