Definitions for urceolateˈɜr si ə lɪt, -ˌleɪt
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ur•ce•o•lateˈɜr si ə lɪt, -ˌleɪt(adj.)
shaped like a pitcher; swelling out in the middle and contracting at the top, as a corolla.
Origin of urceolate:
1750–60; < NL urceolātus= L urceol(us), dim. of urceus pitcher +-ātus -ate1
urn-shaped; large below and contracted toward the mouth
Shaped like an urn.
an urceolate corolla
Origin: From the urceolatus, from urceolus, diminutive of urceus