noun Ge·o·plana \ˌjēōˈplānə, -lanə, -länə\

Definition of Geoplana

  1. :  a large genus (the type of the family Geoplanidae) of chiefly tropical terrestrial triclad turbellarian worms having a marginal band of eyes about the body

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Origin and Etymology of geoplana

New Latin, from ge- + Latin plana, feminine of planus flat, level — more at floor

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to cast off or become cast off

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