-o·don·ta | \ əˌdäntə , ōˌd- \
plural -odonta

Definition of -odonta 

: animal or animals having teeth of a (specified) nature in names of zoological taxa BunodontaCreodontaHeterodontaLabyrinthodonta

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History and Etymology for -odonta

New Latin, from Greek odont-, odōn tooth

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