Definition for E-MAR'GIN-ATE, or E-MAR'GIN-A-TED

E-MAR'GIN-ATE, or E-MAR'GIN-A-TED, a. [Fr. marge; L. margo, whence emargino.]

  1. In botany, notched in a peculiar manner at the apex; applied to the leaf, petal or stigma.
  2. In mineralogy, having all the edges of the primitive form truncated, each by one face. Cleaveland.

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