plural noun
Ce·​ram·​i·​a·​ce·​ae | \ sə̇ˌramēˈāsēˌē, -rām-\

Definition of Ceramiaceae

: a family of delicate filamentous red algae (order Ceramiales) branched dichotomously or unilaterally pinnate and found in nearly all seas — see favella

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Other Words from Ceramiaceae

ceramiaceous \ ⸗¦⸗⸗¦āshəs \ adjective

History and Etymology for Ceramiaceae

New Latin, from Ceramium, type genus + -aceae

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