Feg·a·tel·la \ˌfegəˈtelə\

Definition of Fegatella

  1. taxonomic synonym of conocephalum

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Origin and Etymology of fegatella

New Latin, from Italian, liverwort, diminutive of fegato liver, from Late Latin ficatum liver of an animal fattened with figs (translation of Greek sykōton), from Latin ficus fig + -atum (neuter of -atus -ate) — more at fig

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