Haplomi

plural noun Hap·lo·mi \haˈplōˌmī\

Definition of Haplomi

  1. :  a small order of teleost fishes having cycloid scales, abdominal pelvic fins, a persistent air duct, and typically no mesocoracoid arch that is now usually restricted to the pikes, the Alaska blackfish, and a few related forms but formerly included also the Microcyprini and some other fishes

haplomous

\-məs\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of haplomi

New Latin, from hapl- + -omi (from Greek ōmos shoulder)


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