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pycnogonid

noun pyc·no·go·nid \pik-ˈnä-gə-nəd, ˌpik-nə-ˈgä-nəd\

Definition of PYCNOGONID

Origin of PYCNOGONID

ultimately from Greek pyknos + gony knee — more at knee
First Known Use: 1869

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