Umbellated

umbellate

[uhm-buh-lit, -leyt, uhm-bel-it]
adjective
having or forming an umbel or umbels.

Origin:
1750–60; < Neo-Latin umbellātus, equivalent to Latin umbell(a) (see umbel) + -ātus -ate1

umbellar, umbellated, adjective
umbellately, adverb
subumbellar, adjective
subumbellate, adjective
subumbellated, adjective
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umbel (ˈʌmbəl)
 
n
an inflorescence, characteristic of umbelliferous plants, in which the flowers arise from the same point in the main stem and have stalks of the same length, to give a cluster with the youngest flowers at the centre
 
[C16: from Latin umbella a sunshade, from umbra shade]
 
umbellate
 
adj
 
umbellar
 
adj
 
'umbellated
 
adj
 
'umbellately
 
adv

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