Monticulate

monticule

[mon-ti-kyool]
noun
1.
a subordinate volcanic cone.
2.
a small mountain, hill, or mound.

Origin:
1790–1800; < Late Latin monticulus, equivalent to Latin monti- (stem of mōns) mount2 + -culus -cule1

monticulate [mon-tik-yuh-lit] , monticulous, adjective
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monticule (ˈmɒntɪˌkjuːl)
 
n
a small hill or mound, such as a secondary volcanic cone
 
[C18: via French from Late Latin monticulus, diminutive of Latin mons mountain]

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monticule   (mŏn'tĭ-kyl')  Pronunciation Key 
A minor cone of a volcano.
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