noun pol·yp·ide \ˈpä-lə-ˌpīd\

Definition of POLYPIDE

:  one of the individual zooids of a bryozoan colony

Origin of POLYPIDE

polyp + Greek -idēs, patronymic suffix
First Known Use: 1850


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