plural noun Em·bo·lom·eri \ˌembəˈläməˌrī\

Definition of Embolomeri

  1. :  an order of primitive labyrinthodonts including most of the larger Carboniferous amphibians and having vertebrae in which both intercentra and pleurocentra are complete disks

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Origin and Etymology of embolomeri

New Latin, from embol- + -meri (from Greek meros part) — more at merit

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