or umbilicated adjective Date: 1698 1. depressed like a navel 2. having an umbilicus • umbilication noun

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  • Umbilicate — Um*bil i*cate, Umbilicated Um*bil i*ca ted, a. [L. umbilicatus. See {Umbilic}.] (a) Depressed in the middle, like a navel, as a flower, fruit, or leaf; navel shaped; having an umbilicus; as, an umbilicated smallpox vesicle. (b) (Bot.) Supported… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • umbilicate — [um bil′ikit, um bil′ikāt΄] adj. [L umbilicatus] 1. having an umbilicus, or navel 2. shaped or depressed like an umbilicus, or navel: Also umbilicated …   English World dictionary

  • umbilicate — /um bil i kit, kayt /, adj. 1. having the form of an umbilicus or navel. 2. having an umbilicus. Also, umbilicated. [1690 1700; < L umbilicatus, equiv. to umbilic(us) (see UMBILICUS) + atus ATE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • umbilicate — adjective a) Having a navel b) Having a small umbo in a central depression, or a depression in the center of the cap …   Wiktionary

  • umbilicate — um·bil·i·cate (əm bilґĭ kāt) [L. umbilicatus] shaped like or resembling the umbilicus …   Medical dictionary

  • umbilicate — adj. resembling a navel, resembling an umbilicus; having a navel, having an umbilicus …   English contemporary dictionary

  • umbilicate — [ʌm bɪlɪkət] adjective Zoology & Botany having an umbilicus or central depression …   English new terms dictionary

  • umbilicate — um·bil·i·cate …   English syllables

  • umbilicate — um•bil•i•cate [[t]ʌmˈbɪl ɪ kɪt, ˌkeɪt[/t]] also um•bil′i•cat ed adj. 1) having the form of an umbilicus or navel 2) anat. having an umbilicus • Etymology: 1690–1700; < L um•bil i•ca′tion, n …   From formal English to slang

  • umbilicate — /ʌmˈbɪləkət/ (say um biluhkuht) adjective 1. having the form of an umbilicus or navel. 2. having an umbilicus. Also, umbilicated …   Australian English dictionary

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