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geniculate (adj.)

"having knots or joints; bent like a knee," 1660s, from Latin geniculatus "having knots, knotted," from geniculum "little knee, knot on the stalk of a plant," diminutive of genu "knee" (from PIE root *genu- (1) "knee; angle"). Related: Geniculation (1610s).

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Definitions of geniculate

geniculate (adj.)
bent at a sharp angle;
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