Lentiginous
Lentiginous Len*tig"i*nous (-n[u^]s), a. [L. lentiginosus. See {Lentigo}.] Of or pertaining to lentigo; freckly; scurfy; furfuraceous. [1913 Webster]

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  • lentiginous — [len tij′ənōs΄len tij′ə nəs] adj. [L lentiginosus < lentigo: see LENTIGO] 1. of lentigo 2. freckled: Also lentiginose [len tij′ənōs΄] …   English World dictionary

  • lentiginous — /len tij euh neuhs/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to a lentigo. 2. Bot., Zool. covered with minute dots; freckled; speckled. Also, lentiginose /len tij euh nohs /. [1590 1600; < L lentiginosus freckled, equiv. to lentigin (s. of lentigo) LENTIGO +… …   Universalium

  • lentiginous — len·tig·i·nous (len tijґĭ nəs) characterized by multiple lentigines; pertaining to or of the nature of a lentigo …   Medical dictionary

  • lentiginous — a. Scurfy, scabby, scaly, scabbed, furfuraceous …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • lentiginous — len·tig·i·nous …   English syllables

  • lentiginous — adjective relating to or covered with or resembling freckles • Syn: ↑freckled, ↑lentiginose • Similar to: ↑patterned • Derivationally related forms: ↑lentigo …   Useful english dictionary

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  • speckled lentiginous nevus — n. spilus …   Medical dictionary

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