Meaning of STRATOCUMULUS in English


|stra]d.ō, -rā] also -rä] or -rȧ]+ noun

Etymology: New Latin, from strato- (I) + cumulus

: stratified cumulus consisting of large balls or rolls of dark cloud which often cover the whole sky especially in winter, give at times an undulated appearance, and do not bring rain — see cloud illustration

Webster's New International English Dictionary.      Новый международный словарь английского языка Webster.