Zeomorphi

plural noun Zeo·mor·phi

Definition of Zeomorphi

  1. :  a small order of marine bony fishes that in some respects are intermediate between the Berycomorphi and Percomorphi and that include the John Dorys and a few related forms

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Origin and Etymology of zeomorphi

New Latin, from zeo- (from Zeus) + -morphi


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