Aporosa

plural noun Apo·ro·sa \ˌāpəˈrōsə, ˌap-, -ōzə\

Definition of Aporosa

  1. :  a division of corals (order Madreporaria) having the corallum solid —opposed to Perforata

aporose

\(ˈ)ā¦pōrˌōs, ˈapəˌrōs\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of aporosa

New Latin, from 2a- + Porosa (synonym of Perforata), from Medieval Latin, neuter plural of porosus porous


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