plural noun
Doc·o·glos·sa | \ˌdäkəˈgläsə, -lȯsə\

Definition of Docoglossa 

: a suborder of Aspidiobranchia comprising primitive marine gastropods having a conical shell, paired nephridia and osphradia, a long radula, and no operculum and including the true limpets and certain related mollusks

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Other Words from Docoglossa

docoglossan \¦⸗⸗¦⸗sən \ adjective
docoglossate \-sə̇t \ adjective

History and Etymology for Docoglossa

New Latin, from Greek dokos beam + New Latin -glossa

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