plural noun
Ly·​om·​eri | \ līˈäməˌrī \

Definition of Lyomeri

: a small order of fragile soft-bodied deep-sea fishes with large mouth and minute eyes — see gulper, pelican fish

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History and Etymology for Lyomeri

New Latin, from lyo- + -meri (from Greek meros part)

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“Lyomeri.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 13 Aug. 2020.

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