Monomyaria

plural noun Mono·my·ar·ia
variants: or

Monomya

Definition of Monomyaria

in some classifications

  1. :  a division of Lamellibranchia comprising bivalve mollusks (as the oysters, pearl oysters, and scallops) having but one adductor muscle — compare dimyaria

monomyarian

adjective or noun

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Origin and Etymology of monomyaria

Monomyaria, New Latin, from mon- + my- + -aria; Monomya, New Latin, from mon- + -mya


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