Liturate

Liturate

Lit"u*rate\, a. [L. lituratus, p. p. of liturare to erase, fr. litura a blur.]

1. (Zo["o]l.) Having indistinct spots, paler at their margins.

2. (Bot.) Spotted, as if from abrasions of the surface.
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