[flok-yuh-luh s] /ˈflɒk yə ləs/
noun, plural flocculi
[flok-yuh-lahy] /ˈflɒk yəˌlaɪ/ (Show IPA)
Astronomy. one of the bright or dark patches on the sun’s surface, visible in a spectroheliogram.
noun (pl) -li (-ˌlaɪ)
a marking on the sun’s surface or in its atmosphere, as seen on a spectroheliogram. It consists of calcium when lighter than the surroundings and of hydrogen when darker
(anatomy) a tiny ovoid prominence on each side of the cerebellum
another word for floccule
flocculus floc·cu·lus (flŏk’yə-ləs)
n. pl. floc·cu·li (-lī’)
[flok-uh s] /ˈflɒk əs/ noun, plural flocci [flok-sahy, -see] /ˈflɒk saɪ, -si/ (Show IPA) 1. a small tuft of woolly hairs. adjective 2. Meteorology. (of a cloud) having elements in the form of small, rounded tufts. /ˈflɒkəs/ noun (pl) flocci (ˈflɒksaɪ) 1. a downy or woolly covering, as on the young of certain birds 2. […]
[flok] /flɒk/ noun 1. a number of animals of one kind, especially sheep, goats, or birds, that keep or feed together or are herded together. 2. a large number of people; crowd. 3. a large group of things: a flock of letters to answer. 4. 5. Archaic. a band or company of persons. verb (used […]
[flok-bed] /ˈflɒkˌbɛd/ noun 1. a with a mattress stuffed with wool refuse, shearings of cloth, or the like.
noun 1. a pattern of dots or figures that are not woven but attached to cloth with adhesive.