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laminar (adj.)

"made or arranged in layers," 1811, from Latin lamina "thin plate, slice, layer" (see laminate (v.)) + -ar.

updated on April 28, 2016

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Definitions of laminar from WordNet

laminar (adj.)
arranged in or consisting of laminae;
Synonyms: laminal
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