|1.||combined in pairs; doubled: a geminate leaf; a geminate consonant|
|2.||to arrange or be arranged in pairs: the ``t''s in ``fitted'' are geminated|
|[C17: from Latin gemināre to double, from geminus born at the same time, twin]|
|any one of a variety of ingressive, usually implosive, speech sounds produced by suction occlusion and plosive or affricative release|
|involving lip articulation or a rounded vowel|
geminate gem·i·nate (jěm'ə-nĭt, -nāt')
Occurring in pairs.