Definition of carination in English:

carination

Pronunciation /ˌkarəˈnāSHən/

noun

See carinate

‘Furthermore, recently sectioned topotypes of Orthocyathus flexus include forms with stronger carination than is normally found in Cyathophyllum dianthus.’
  • ‘Other genera and species of the Goniasmatidae have a heliciform larval shell without carination while the larval shell of the Erwinispirinae is markedly bicarinate.’
  • ‘In most cases, the carinated bowl has a wider diameter (at either the carination or the orifice) than the height of the vessel.’
  • ‘The early form had a flaring body with an inwardly thickened, inturned rim offset by a marked carination outside.’