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emarginate (adj.)

"having the margin or extremity notched," 1731 (implied in emarginated), from Latin emarginatus, past participle of emarginare, from assimilated form of ex- (see ex-) + margo "edge, brink, border, margin" (from PIE root *merg- "boundary, border"). Related: Emargination.

updated on May 15, 2021

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Definitions of emarginate from WordNet

emarginate (adj.)
having a notched tip;
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