cestode

noun
ces·tode | \ˈses-ˌtōd \

Definition of cestode 

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cestode adjective

First Known Use of cestode

circa 1890, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for cestode

New Latin Cestoda, taxonomic group comprising tapeworms, ultimately from Greek kestos girdle

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The first known use of cestode was circa 1890

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cestode

noun
ces·tode | \ˈses-ˌtōd \

Medical Definition of cestode 

Other Words from cestode

cestode adjective

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