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cre·nate

 (krē′nāt′) also cre·nat·ed (-nā′tĭd)
adj.
Having a margin with low, rounded or scalloped projections: a crenate leaf.

[New Latin crēnātus, from Late Medieval Latin crēna, notch, from a reading of an uncertain Latin word in a corrupt passage in Pliny the Elder (influenced by Old French cren, notch).]

cre′nate′ly adv.
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crenate

(ˈkriːneɪt) or

crenated

adj
(Botany) having a scalloped margin, as certain leaves
[C18: from New Latin crēnātus, from Medieval Latin, probably from Late Latin crēna a notch]
ˈcrenately adv
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cre•nate

(ˈkri neɪt)

also cre′nat•ed,



adj.
having the margin notched or scalloped so as to form rounded teeth, as a leaf.
[1785–95; < New Latin crēnātus= Latin crēn(a) a notch + -ātus -ate1]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.crenate - having a margin with rounded scallops
rough - of the margin of a leaf shape; having the edge cut or fringed or scalloped
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