Meaning of FLOCCULE in English

ˈfläˌkyül noun

( -s )

Etymology: Late Latin flocculus small flock of wool, diminutive of Latin floccus flock of wool — more at floccus

: a small loosely aggregated mass of material suspended in or precipitated from a liquid : floc ; often : one of the flakes of a flocculent precipitate

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