from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A suffix in New Latin (and Italian) nouns, some of which are found in English, as armata.
- A suffix in New Latin names of zoölogical divisions, properly adjectives, agreeing with animalia understood: as, Articulata, jointed animals; Annulata, ringed animals, etc.
- n. The name in Bengal, Assam, and other parts of India of the sweet-sop, Anona squamosa. See atis (with cut), *atta, 2, Anona, and sweet-sop.
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