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Regularia

plural noun Reg·u·lar·ia

Definition of Regularia

in some classifications
: a division of Echinoidea including the ordinary sea urchins that have a more or less globular symmetrical shell with 20 meridional rows of plates and the mouth and anus at opposite poles

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Origin and Etymology of regularia

New Latin, from Late Latin, neuter plural of regularis regular


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Regularia

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Definition of Regularia

  • taxonomic synonym of regulares

Origin and Etymology of regularia

New Latin, from Late Latin, neuter plural of regularis regular


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