Rotundate
Rotundate Ro*tund"ate, a. Rounded; especially, rounded at the end or ends, or at the corners. [1913 Webster]

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  • rotundate — adj. [L. rotundus, round] Rounded; nearly circular; rounded at the angles, sides, or ends …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • rotundate — ro·tun·date …   English syllables

  • rotundate — ˈtəndə̇t, ˌdāt adjective Etymology: Latin rotundatus, past participle of rotundare to make round, from rotundus round : rounded at the end or corners …   Useful english dictionary

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