plural noun En·op·li·na \ˌeˌnäpˈlīnə, -lēnə\

Definition of Enoplina

  1. :  a suborder of Enoplida including free-living nematode worms that usually lack a buccal stylet but have setae on the head — compare dioctophymatina, dorylaimina

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Origin and Etymology of enoplina

New Latin, from Enoplus + -ina

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to cast off or become cast off

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