Definition of Eunice
: a genus (the type of the family Eunicidae) of marine polychaete worms with complex chitinous jaws including the palolo worm and related forms
eunicean\yüˈnīsēən, -nis-\ adjective or noun
eunicid\-sə̇d\ adjective or noun
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Origin and Etymology of eunice
New Latin, from the name Eunice
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