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Meaning of cirrocumulus

cir•ro•cu•mu•lus

Pronunciation: (sir"ō-ky'myu-lus), [key]
— pl. -lus.
  1. a cirriform cloud of a class characterized by thin, white patches, each of which is composed of very small granules or ripples: of high altitude, ab. 20,000–40,000 ft. (6000–12,000 m).
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