plural noun Ge·o·my·oi·dea \ˌjē(ˌ)ōˌmīˈȯidēə\

Definition of Geomyoidea

  1. :  a superfamily of rodents comprising those with external cheek pouches (as the pocket gophers and the kangaroo rat)

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Origin and Etymology of geomyoidea

New Latin, from Geomys genus of rodents + -oidea

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to cast off or become cast off

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