plural noun Arach·no·mor·phae

Definition of Arachnomorphae

in some classifications

  1. :  a suborder of Araneae including the great majority of spiders and distinguished by having the poison fangs moving in and out and the venom glands extending beyond the base of the fangs

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Origin and Etymology of arachnomorphae

New Latin, from arachn- + -morphae

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