Ediacaran


Edi·a·car·an

adjective \ˌē-dē-ˈa-k(ə-)rən, -ə-ˈka-rən\

Definition of EDIACARAN

:  being or belonging to an assemblage of extinct multicellular marine organisms of the Late Precambrian era <Ediacaran fauna>
Ediacaran noun

Variants of EDIACARAN

Edi·a·car·an also Edi·a·cara \-k(ə-)rə, -rə\

Origin of EDIACARAN

Ediacara Hills, South Australia
First Known Use: 1966

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