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 (tĕg′yə-lər) also teg·u·lat·ed (-lā′tĭd)
Relating to or resembling a tile.

[From Latin tēgula, tile, from tegere, to cover; see (s)teg- in Indo-European roots.]

teg′u·lar·ly adv.


1. of, relating to, or resembling a tile or tiles
2. (Biology) biology overlapping like a series of tiles: tegular scales.
[C18: from Latin tēgula a tile, from tegere to cover]
ˈtegularly adv
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Adj.1.tegular - of or relating to or resembling a series of tiles
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5-7, 10): cymbium dorsally with scopulate setae in apical half; apical tip of tegular apophysis bent ventrally, small protrusion on its apical edge; embolus reaches to about three quarters length of sclerotized groove of terminal apophysis (Fig.
attidiya can be recognized by the following combination of characters: tibia with stout retrolateral apophysis; triangular dorsal cymbial extension; cymbial flange attached at its center to the cymbium; embolus with a base positioned under the proximal part of tegulum; long tapering, outwards pointing tegular apophysis.
Palpal organ with large sinuous conductor, embolus spiraling counter-clockwise in left palp, distal part inside groove in conductor, theridiid tegular apophysis and median apophysis apparently absent.
8A, 9A, 10A; Kuntner 2005, 2006a & b), exhibits little spiraling, and may not be homologous to the tegular conductor (Kuntner et al.
parte posterior de la margen tegular interna con emarginacion [53.
Tenders are invited for Providing and Fixing of Dense tegular false ceiling, painting and some aluminium work in the office of CPWD campus at Satwari jammu in connection with Annual repair & Maintenance Operation for cpwd office complex and guest house
35 m depth) black loosen earth with tegular material (tiles, bricks), stone etc.
Vimala, Regular and Totally Tegular Intuitionistic Fuzzy Hypergraphs, International Journal of Mathematics and Applications, Vol 4, issue 1-C (2016), 137-142.
2005, Galvis 2015, World Spider Catalog 2016), whose males can be recognized by their large palpal bulbs, with large proximal tegular lobes, embolus long with a wide spiral, and usually finger-like RTA (retrolateral tibial apophysis); while females can be recognized by their large epigynal windows, with a median septum, with short to long copulatory ducts (Zhang & Maddison 2015).
Male palp yellow except yellowish brown cymbium and dark brown tinges on tegulum; tegular apophysis broad basally and pointed apically; cymbium longer than wide with yellowish brown hairs, apical part short, with long and strong basal spur whose pointed end curved inward; embolus long, coiled; tibia with numerous long yellow hairs; retrolateral tibial apophysis long, directed outward, basal portion broad, apex pointed and slightly curved inward; ventral tibial apophysis short, apex rounded 'C' shaped; patella and femur without long hairs or spines.
44-45) tubular, apex of aedeagus expanded membranous, with tegular process in dorsal margin, with a quadrangular process in left view, with one foliate process in right view.
Jager and Kunz (2005) diagnosed males in an identification key by their distal embolic coil and the presence of tegular apophyses.