Un nectareous

nectareous

[nek-tair-ee-uhs]
adjective
Also, nectarean.


Origin:
1700–10; < Latin nectareus of, belonging to nectar < Greek nektáreos like nectar, divinely fragrant, equivalent to néktar nectar + -eos adj. suffix; see -eous

nectareously, adverb
nectareousness, noun
unnectareous, adjective
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