Globate
Globate Glo"bate, Globated Glo"ba*ted, a. [L. globatus, p. p. of globare to make into a ball, fr. globus ball.] Having the form of a globe; spherical. [1913 Webster]

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  • globate — spherical, 1847, from L. globatus, pp. of globare make into a globe, from globus (see GLOBE (Cf. globe)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • globate — [glō′bāt΄] adj. [L globatus, pp. of globare, to make into a ball < globus, GLOBE] round like a ball …   English World dictionary

  • globate — См. globated …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • globate — /gloh bayt/, adj. shaped like a globe. Also, globated. [1840 50; < L globatus (ptp. of globare to make into a ball). See GLOBE, ATE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • globate — Synonyms and related words: bulblike, bulbous, ellipsoid, global, globe shaped, globed, globelike, globoid, globose, globular, hemispheric, obovoid, orb, orbed, orbic, orbicular, orbiculate, orblike, orby, ovoid, sphere shaped, spherelike,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • globate — a.; (also globated) Globular, globose, spherical, round, spheroidal, globe shaped …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • globate — glo·bate …   English syllables

  • globate — /ˈgloʊbeɪt/ (say glohbayt) adjective shaped like a globe. Also, globated. {Latin globātus, past participle, formed into a ball} …   Australian English dictionary

  • globate — ˈglōˌbāt adjective Etymology: Latin globatus, past participle of globare to make into a ball, from globus ball : globular 1a …   Useful english dictionary

  • Globated — Globate Glo bate, Globated Glo ba*ted, a. [L. globatus, p. p. of globare to make into a ball, fr. globus ball.] Having the form of a globe; spherical. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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