Caudate
Caudate Cau"date, Caudated Cau"da*ted a. [L. cauda tail.] Having a tail; having a terminal appendage like a tail. Opposite of {acaudate}. [1913 Webster + WordNet 1.5] ||

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  • Caudate — (Latin for tail, and closely related to caudal and coda) can refer to: * Caudate nucleus * Caudate lobe of liver * Cauda equina * Members of the Caudata order …   Wikipedia

  • caudate — [kô′dāt΄] adj. [ModL < L cauda, tail + ATE1] having a tail or taillike part: also caudated …   English World dictionary

  • caudate — adjective Date: 1600 having a tail or a taillike appendage …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • caudate — adj. [L. cauda, tail] 1. Bearing a tail or tail like appendage. 2. (MOLLUSCA) Having the columella of a univalve shell elongated at the base …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • caudate — caudation, n. /kaw dayt/, adj. Zool. having a tail or taillike appendage. Also, caudated. [1590 1600; < NL caudatus, equiv. to L caud(a) tail + atus ATE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • caudate — adjective a) Tapering into a long, tail like extension at the apex. b) Having a tail; Of or pertaining to the Caudata order of amphibians …   Wiktionary

  • caudate — 1. Tailed; possessing a tail. 2. SYN: c. nucleus. * * * cau·date (kawґdāt) [L. caudatus] having a tail …   Medical dictionary

  • caudate — cau·date || kɔːdeɪt adj. having a tail …   English contemporary dictionary

  • caudate — [ kɔ:deɪt] adjective Anatomy relating to or denoting the upper of the two grey nuclei of the corpus striatum in the cerebrum of the brain. Origin C17: from med. L. caudatus, from cauda tail …   English new terms dictionary

  • caudate —   Having a tail or tail like appendage, e.g. the leaflet apices of Cycas multipinnata and both species of Chigua.   Cf. drip tip …   Expanded glossary of Cycad terms

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