plural noun Eu·gle·noi·di·na \ˌyügləˌnȯiˈdīnə, -dēnə\

Definition of Euglenoidina

  1. :  an order of Phytomastigina comprising extremely varied flagellates that are typically solitary green or colorless stigma-bearing organisms with one or two flagella emerging anteriorly from a well-defined gullet — see euglena

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Origin and Etymology of euglenoidina

New Latin, from Euglena + Latin -oides -oid + New Latin -ina

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to cast off or become cast off

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