Camerata

plural noun Cam·er·a·ta \ ˌkaməˈrätə , -ˈā- \

Definition of Camerata

:the largest order of crinoids including all Paleozoic species that have the lower brachial plates included in the cup and the mouth and food grooves closed

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Origin and Etymology of camerata

New Latin, from Latin, neuter plural of cameratus, past participle of camerare to arch, from camera arched roof


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