plural noun Am·oe·bi·na \ˌamēˈbīnə, -məˈ-, -ēnə\

Definition of Amoebina

  1. :  an order of naked rhizopods that are commonly clearly differentiated into endoplasm and ectoplasm, form lobopodia, and include the common amoebas of soil and water and some parasitic forms — see endamoebidae

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Origin and Etymology of amoebina

New Latin, from Amoeba + -ina

First Known Use: 1861

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