noun chae·ta \ˈkē-tə\
plural chae·tae \ˈkē-ˌtē\

Definition of CHAETA

:  bristle, seta
chae·tal \ˈkē-təl\ adjective

Origin of CHAETA

New Latin, from Greek chaitē long flowing hair
First Known Use: circa 1866


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