noun Pro·duc·tus \prəˈdəktəs\

Definition of Productus

  1. :  a genus of extinct articulate brachiopods characteristic of Carboniferous and Permian strata, lacking a pedicle but often anchored by spines on the shell, and including the largest known brachiopods some of which (as P. giganteus) attain a width of one foot

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Origin and Etymology of productus

New Latin, from Latin, lengthened, protracted, from past participle of producere to bring forth, produce, pull out — more at produce

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a brief usually trivial fact

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