Larvate
Larvate Lar"vate, a. [L. larva mask.] Masked; hence, concealed; obscure; -- applied in medicine to doubtful cases of some diseases; as, larvate pneumonis; larvate epilepsy. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • larvate — see pupa larvata …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • larvate — Masked or concealed; applied to a disease with undeveloped, absent, or atypical symptoms. SYN: larvaceous, larval (2). [L. larva, mask] * * * lar·vate (lahrґvāt) [L. larva mask] masked; concealed: said of a disease or a symptom of disease …   Medical dictionary

  • larvate — adj. not clearly revealed, hidden, concealed (of a disease) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • larvate — lar·vate …   English syllables

  • larvate — …   Useful english dictionary

  • larvaceous — SYN: larvate. * * * lar·va·ceous (lahr vaґshəs) larvate …   Medical dictionary

  • larval — 1. Relating to larvae. 2. SYN: larvate. * * * lar·val (lahrґvəl) 1. pertaining to larvae. 2. larvate …   Medical dictionary

  • larval — /lahr veuhl/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or in the form of a larva. 2. Also, larvate /lahr vayt/. (of a disease) masked; not clearly defined. [1650 60; < L larvalis. See LARVA, AL1] * * * …   Universalium

  • cryptic — Hidden; occult; larvate. [G. kryptikos] * * * cryp·tic krip tik adj 1) serving to conceal <cryptic coloration in animals> 2) not recognized <a cryptic infection> <cryptic cases of lead poisoning> cryp·ti·cal·ly ti k(ə )lē adv *… …   Medical dictionary

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