noun Lox·om·ma \läkˈsämə\

Definition of Loxomma

  1. :  a genus of primitive Permian labyrinthodont amphibians (order Rhachitomi) that are commonly considered remotely ancestral to the modern salientians and are found in the coal measures of England and Bohemia

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Origin and Etymology of loxomma

New Latin, from lox- + -omma

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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