[lahr-vuh l] /ˈlɑr vəl/

of, relating to, or in the form of a .
Also, larvate
[lahr-veyt] /ˈlɑr veɪt/ (Show IPA). (of a disease) masked; not clearly defined.

1650s, from Latin larvalis, from larva (see larva).

larvate lar·vate (lär’vāt’)
Being masked or concealed, as a of a disease that has undeveloped, absent, or atypical symptoms.


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