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Definition of Alate

Alate
Alate A*late", adv. [Pref. a- + late.] Lately; of late. [Archaic] There hath been alate such tales spread abroad. --Latimer.
Alate
Alate A"late, Alated A"la*ted, a. [L. alatus, from ala wing.] Winged; having wings, or side appendages like wings.

Meaning of Alate from wikipedia

- Alate (Latin ālātus, from āla (“wing”)) is an adjective and noun used in entomology and botany to refer to something that has wings or winglike structures...
- through further moulting and become soldiers or alates; workers become alates only by moulting into alate nymphs. The development of nymphs into adults...
- Lampyridae. It is found in North America. Adult males are smaller (9.5-12 mm), alate, capable of fight, have an elaborate antenna morphology, and are totally...
- ants and termites are known as alates. A mature ant colony seasonally produces winged virgin queens and males, called alates. Unfertilized eggs develop into...
- A single colony of C. formos**** may produce over 70,000 alates. After a brief flight, alates shed their wings. Females immediately search for nesting...
- control agents. Nuptial flight occurs during the warm seasons, and the alates may mate for as long as 30 minutes. Colony founding can be done by a single...
- Dorsal view of an alate pharaoh ant...
- and Projekt Records, followed by the full-length albums Worn Thin (2010), Alate (2012) and Weep (2014). Weep's music has been described as dark and expansive...
- species-characteristic times of the day. Swarms of the winged ****uals (known as alates) depart the nest in search of other nests. The males die shortly thereafter...
- Ministry of Defence. 26 June 2018. Retrieved 29 December 2019. "Operatsioonid alates 1995" (in Estonian). Estonian Defence Forces. Retrieved 28 December 2019...