Meaning of EMARGINATE in English

(ˈ)ē+ adjective

or emarginated “+

Etymology: emargiante from Latin emarginatus, past participle of emarginare to deprive of a margin, from e- + margin-, margo edge, margin; emarginated from Latin emarginat us + English -ed — more at margin

: having the margin notched:

a. : having a shallow marginal notch (as at the apex of a leaf or in the caudal fin of a fish) — compare obcordate , retuse

b. of a crystal : having truncated edges

• emar·gi·nate·ly adverb

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