chaeta

noun
chae·ta | \ˈkē-tə \
plural chaetae\ˈkē-ˌtē \

Definition of chaeta 

Other Words from chaeta

chaetal \ˈkē-tᵊl \ adjective

First Known Use of chaeta

circa 1866, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for chaeta

New Latin, from Greek chaitē long flowing hair

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