Definitions for vittate-eɪt

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

vit•taˈvɪt ə; ˈvɪt i(n.)(pl.)vit•tae

  1. a tube or receptacle for oil, occurring in the fruits of most plants of the parsley family.

    Category: Botany

  2. Zool. a streak or stripe of color on the body.

    Category: Botany, Zoology

Origin of vitta:

1685–95; < L: ribbon, fillet, akin to viēre to weave together

vit′tate-eɪt(adj.)

Wiktionary

  1. vittate(Adjective)

    Having longitudinal stripes

  2. vittate(Adjective)

    Having vittae

Webster Dictionary

  1. Vittate(adj)

    bearing or containing vittae

  2. Vittate(adj)

    striped longitudinally

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