lunate

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin lūnātus ‎(crescent-shaped), from lūna ‎(moon).

AdjectiveEdit

lunate ‎(comparative more lunate, superlative most lunate)

  1. Shaped like a crescent.
    a lunate beak

NounEdit

lunate ‎(plural lunates)

  1. (archaeology) A small stone artifact, probably an arrowhead, with a blunt straight edge and a sharpened, crescent-shaped back, especially characteristic of the Mesolithic Period.

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AdjectiveEdit

lunate

  1. feminine plural of lunato

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VerbEdit

lūnāte

  1. second-person plural present active imperative of lūnō

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