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limulus

noun lim·u·lus \ˈlim-yə-ləs\
plural lim·u·li\-ˌlī, -ˌlē\

Definition of LIMULUS

Origin of LIMULUS

New Latin, genus name, from Latin limus oblique, transverse — more at limen
First Known Use: 1837

Rhymes with LIMULUS

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