noun Ve·ron·i·cel·la \və̇ˌränəˈselə\

Definition of Veronicella

  1. :  a genus (the type of the family Veronicellidae) of sluglike pulmonate gastropods having the body covered by a thick coriaceous mantle beneath which the head may be retracted

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Origin and Etymology of veronicella

New Latin, probably from the name Veronica + New Latin -ella

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