plural noun
An·​nu·​lo·​sa | \ ˌanyəˈlōsə, -ōzə\

Definition of Annulosa

in some classifications
: a subkingdom of animals including forms with articulate bodies and a double ventral chain of ganglia and comprising the annelid worms and the arthropods

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Other Words from Annulosa

annulosan \ -​sᵊn, -​zᵊn \ noun, plural -s
annulose \ ˈanyəˌlōs \ adjective

First Known Use of Annulosa

1821, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Annulosa

New Latin, from Latin annulus ring + -osa (neuter plural of -osus) -ose

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