Definition of Echinoparyphium
: a genus of digenetic trematodes (family Echinostomatidae) infesting the small intestine of waterfowl and domestic poultry and sometimes carnivorous mammals or man
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Origin and Etymology of echinoparyphium
New Latin, from echin- + -paryphium (from Greek paryphē border woven along a robe, from para- + hyphē web); akin to Greek hyphainein to weave — more at weave
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