Doliolum

noun
Do·li·o·lum | \dəˈlīələm\

Definition of Doliolum 

: a genus of free-swimming oceanic tunicates developing with alternation of generations and having a cask-shaped transparent body surrounded by complete muscular rings

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History and Etymology for Doliolum

New Latin, from Latin, small cask, diminutive of dolium

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