lenticular

depending on who you’re talking to, lenticular could mean:

  1. (Physics / General Physics) lense-shaped
  2. (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Botany) shaped like a lentil seed
  3. (Astronomy & Space / Celestial Objects) of or relating to a galaxy with a large central bulge, small disc, but no spiral arms, intermediate in shape between spiral and elliptical galaxies
  4. (iamnotarobot) shot through with color, often unexpectedly.  mysteriously miraculous.  OR miraculously mysterious.  similar to a quick intake of air on a cold evening

but i like the idea that it means all of the above…and probably more.

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