plural noun
Pro·​trema·​ta | \ prō‧ˈtremətə, -rēm-\

Definition of Protremata

: an order of articulate brachiopods having the peduncle opening restricted to the ventral valve or absent

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Other Words from Protremata

protremate \ -​mə̇t \ noun, plural -s
protrematous \ (ˈ)⸗‧¦tremətəs , -​rēm-​ \ adjective

History and Etymology for Protremata

New Latin, from pro- entry 1 + -tremata

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