antennifer

noun an·ten·ni·fer \an‧ˈtenəfə(r)\

Definition of antennifer

plural

-s

zoology

  1. :  the pivotal process that supports the base of an antenna

antenniferous

\¦an‧ˌte¦nif(ə)rəs\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of antennifer

New Latin, from Medieval Latin antenna + New Latin -i- + -fer


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