Definition of labiate:

part of speech: adjective

Lip- like; possessing lips or thickened margins; having the limb of the calyx or corolla so divided that the one portion overlaps the other.

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A long narrow hall, or place for walking; the upper seats of a theater, church, assembly room, etc.; the occupants of such parts of a building; a building, or room, used for the exhibition of works of art, etc.; a covered passage in a work for defense or for communication; a balcony. ...