noun Cor·nu·li·tes \ˌkȯrnyəˈlītēz\

Definition of Cornulites

  1. :  a genus of extinct tubicolous annelids known from trumpet-shaped tubes with annulations and longitudinal striations found in Ordovician and Silurian strata

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Origin and Etymology of cornulites

New Latin, from Late Latin cornulum + New Latin -ites -ite

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a brief usually trivial fact

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