plural noun Ar·a·ne·i·for·mes
variants: less commonly



Definition of Araneiformes

in old classifications

  1. :  pycnogonida

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Origin and Etymology of araneiformes

Araneiformes from New Latin, from Latin aranea spider + New Latin -iformes; Araneiformia from New Latin, probably alteration of Araneiformes

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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