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acromyodian

adjective ac·ro·my·o·di·an \ ¦a-krō-ˌmī-¦ō-dē-ən \
variants: or acromyodic \¦a-krō-ˌmī-¦ō-dik, -¦ä-dik\ or acromyodous \¦a-krō-ˌmī-¦ō-dəs\

Definition of acromyodian

:of or relating to the Acromyodi

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Origin and Etymology of acromyodian

New Latin Acromyodi + English -an or -ic or -ous


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acromyodian

noun ac·ro·my·o·di·an \ ¦a-krō-ˌmī-¦ō-dē-ən \

Definition of acromyodian

plural -s
:a bird of the group Acromyodi

First Known Use of acromyodian

1887


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