Mycetes

My·ce·tes \mīˈsētēz\

Definition of Mycetes

  1. taxonomic synonym of alouatta

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Origin and Etymology of mycetes

New Latin, from Greek myketēs one that bellows, from mykasthai to bellow; akin to Middle High German mūhen, mūgen, mūwen to roar, bellow, Latin mutus mute — more at mute


-mycetes

noun plural combining form -my·ce·tes \ˌmīˈsētēz, -ētēz\

Definition of -mycetes

  1. :  fungi —chiefly in names of classes and subclasses Ascomycetes Schizomycetes

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Origin and Etymology of -mycetes

New Latin, from Greek mykētes, plural of mykēt-, mykēs fungus, mushroom — more at myc-


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