plural noun
Cor·​o·​na·​tae | \ -t(ˌ)ē\

Definition of Coronatae

: an order of Scyphomedusae comprising rather large pelagic or deep-sea jellyfishes that have marginal tentacles and the bell margin divided into lappets

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History and Etymology for Coronatae

New Latin, from Latin, feminine plural of coronatus

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an act or instance of returning to life

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