Triodon

noun Tri·odon \ˈtrīəˌdän\

Definition of Triodon

  1. :  a small genus (coextensive with the family Triodontidae) of Indo-Pacific puffer fish having the fused teeth of the lower jaw forming a single plate and those of the upper jaw two plates one on each side

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Origin and Etymology of triodon

New Latin, from tri- + -odon


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