Clypeate

• (a.) Shaped like a round buckler or shield; scutate. • (a.) Furnished with a shield, or a protective plate or shell.
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Clypeate

Clyp'e·ate adjective [ Latin clupeatus , past participle of clupeare to arm with a shield, from clupeus , clipeus shield.] 1. (Botany) Shaped like a round buckler or shield; scutate. 2. (Zoology) Furnished with a shield, or a protective plate...
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clypeate

shaped like a buckler
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Clypeate

sheild-shaped
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Clypeate

sheild-shaped
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Clypeate

With the form of an ancient buckler or round convex shield; shield-like.
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