Colocephali

plural noun
Col·o·ceph·a·li | \ ˌkäləˈsefəˌlī \

Definition of Colocephali 

in some classifications

: a suborder of Apodes consisting of the morays

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Other words from Colocephali

colocephalous \¦⸗⸗¦sefələs \ adjective

History and Etymology for Colocephali

New Latin, from colo- (from Greek kolos docked, hornless) + -cephali (plural of -cephalus -cephalous)

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