Definition of laccate in English:

laccate

adjective

Mycology
  • Of the fruiting body of a fungus, its parts, or its surface: appearing as if lacquered or varnished.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in London Journal Botany. From scientific Latin laccatus from lacca + classical Latin -ātus.

Pronunciation

laccate

/ˈlakeɪt/