Definitions for laminarˈlæm ə nər; ˈlæm əˌnɛr i

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

lam•i•narˈlæm ə nər; ˈlæm əˌnɛr i(adj.)

also lam•i•nar•y

  1. composed of, or arranged in, laminae.

    Category: Anatomy, Botany, Zoology

Origin of laminar:

1800–15

Princeton's WordNet

  1. laminar, laminal(adj)

    arranged in or consisting of laminae

Wiktionary

  1. laminar(Adjective)

    of fluid motion, smooth and regular, flowing as though in different layers

  2. laminar(Adjective)

    Thin flat electronic circuits, usually flexible.

  3. Origin: From lamina.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Laminar(adj)

    alt. of Laminal

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