Nodule



[noj-ool] /ˈnɒdʒ ul/

noun
1.
a small node, knot, or knob.
2.
a small, rounded mass or lump.
3.
Botany. a tubercle.
/ˈnɒdjuːl/
noun
1.
a small knot, lump, or node
2.
Also called root nodule. any of the knoblike outgrowths on the roots of clover and many other legumes: contain bacteria involved in nitrogen fixation
3.
(anatomy) any small node or knoblike protuberance
4.
a small rounded lump of rock or mineral substance, esp in a matrix of different rock material
n.

early 15c., from Latin nodulus “small knot,” diminutive of nodus “knot” (see net (n.)). Related: Nodulated; nodulous; nodulation.

nodule nod·ule (nŏj’ōōl)
n.

nod’u·lar (nŏj’ə-lər) or nod’u·lose’ (-lōs’) or nod’u·lous (-ləs) adj.
nodule
(nŏj’l)

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