noun Ge·o·dia \jēˈōdēə\

Definition of Geodia

  1. :  a genus (the type of the family Geodiidae) of large deep-sea sponges of the class Demospongiae with anchoring structures that resemble roots


\-dēə̇d\ adjective or noun

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Origin and Etymology of geodia

New Latin, from Greek geōdēs earthlike + New Latin -ia — more at geode

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