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"bent like a bow," 1620s, from Latin arcuatus "bow-like, arched," past participle of arcuare "to bend like a bow," from arcus "bow" (see arc (n.)).
arcuate ar·cu·ate (är'kyōō-ĭt, -āt')adj. Formed in the shape of an arc.