To cause to take root; to plant or establish firmly.
To take root; to become established.
Rooted; deep-seated; firmly established.
Having a root; growing from a root; (of a fungus) having rootlike outgrowths at the base of the stipe
to take root; to become rooted
to cause to take root; to plant deeply and firmly; to root
Origin: [L. radicatus, p. p. of radicari to take root, fr. radix. See Radix.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
rad′i-kāt, adj. deeply rooted: firmly established: (zool.) fixed at the bottom as if rooted: (conch.) adhering like a limpet.—v.t. to root: to plant or fix deeply and firmly:—pr.p. rad′icāting; pa.p. rad′icāted.—adjs. Rad′icant (bot.), sending out roots from the stem above the ground; Radicā′rian, relating to roots; Rad′icated, rooted.—ns. Radicā′tion, the act or process of radicating or taking root deeply: (bot.) the disposition of the root with respect to the ascending or descending stem; Rad′icel, a rootlet.—adjs. Radicic′olous, Radic′olous, living on roots, pertaining to the root-form of the phylloxera; Radiciflō′rous, flowering from the root; Radic′iform, like a root.—n. Rad′icle, a little root: the part of a seed which in growing becomes the root.—adjs. Rad′icōse, having a large root; Radic′ūlar, pertaining to a radicle.—n. Rad′icūle (bot.), that end of the embryo which is opposite to the cotyledons.—adj. Radic′ūlōse (bot.), covered with rootlets: radicose, having a large root. [L. radicāri, -ātus, to take root—radix, a root.]
The numerical value of radicate in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of radicate in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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