Cerebratulus

noun Cer·e·brat·u·lus \ˌserəˈbrachələs\

Definition of Cerebratulus

  1. :  a genus of marine burrowing nemertine worms usually of flattened form and often many feet long

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Origin and Etymology of cerebratulus

New Latin, irregular from Latin cerebrum brain; probably from the resemblance of its coils to the convolutions of the brain


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