Mesomyodi

plural noun Meso·my·o·di \ ¦me|zōˌmīˈōˌdī , ¦mē| , |sō- \

Definition of Mesomyodi

in some classifications
:a group of passerine birds nearly equivalent to Clamatores having the syringeal muscles attached to the middle of the bronchial half rings — compare acromyodi

mesomyodian

adjective or noun

mesomyodous

\-dəs\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of mesomyodi

New Latin, from mes- + -myodi (from Greek myōdēs muscular, from mys mouse, muscle)


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