As adjectives the difference between cumulate and cupulate
is that cumulate
is accumulated, agglomerated, amassed while cupulate
As a verb cumulate
is to accumulate; to amass.
As a noun cumulate
is (geology) an igneous rock formed by the accumulation of crystals from a magma either by settling or floating.
As adjectives the difference between copulate and cupulate
is that copulate
is (obsolete) joined; associated; coupled while cupulate
As a verb copulate
is to engage in sexual intercourse.
As adjectives the difference between cupuliferous and cupulate
is that cupuliferous
is (botany) bearing, or furnished with, a cupule while cupulate
As a noun cupule
is any small structure shaped like a cup, such as at the base of an acorn, or the sucker on the feet of some flies.
As an adjective cupulate is
As adjectives the difference between shaped and cupulate
is that shaped
is having been given a shape, especially a curved shape while cupulate
As a verb shaped
As a adjective cupulate
As a noun aecidium is
the cupulate fruiting body borne upon the mycelium of certain fungi commonly parasitic upon specimens of the compositae, lamiaceae, leguminosae, and ranunculaceae families.