noun Con·u·lar·ia \ˌkänəlˈa(a)rēə, -nyəˈla-\

Definition of Conularia

  1. :  a genus of Paleozoic and Mesozoic tapering shells possibly of worms of uncertain relationships

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Origin and Etymology of conularia

New Latin, from conulus small cone (diminutive of Latin conus cone) + -aria — more at cone

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to cast off or become cast off

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