agnostid

adjective
ag·nos·tid | \ ag-ˈnä-stəd \

Definition of agnostid 

: of or belonging to the genus Agnostus

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First Known Use of agnostid

1919, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for agnostid

borrowed from New Latin Agnostida, order name, or Agnostidae, family name, from Agnostus agnostus + -ida, -idae -ida , -idae

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