Definition of nebule in English:

nebule

noun

rare
  • Pharmacology. A trademark for: a container for a pharmaceutical adapted for inhalation by means of a nebulizer or atomizer; such a container and its contents; the contents themselves.

noun

Architecture
rare
  • A moulding of a wavy or serpentine form.

Origin

Late Middle English (in an earlier sense)<br>early 19th century; earliest use found in Peter Nicholson (1765–1844), architectural writer and mathematician. Apparently from French nébulé nebuly; however, compare French nébules (plural) architectural moulding of a wavy form.

Pronunciation

nebule

/ˈnɛbjuːl/