Definition of cidaris
1 plural cidares \-ˌrēz\ [Latin, from Greek kidaris, probably of Semitic origin; akin to Hebrew kether crown] : the royal tiara of the ancient Persian kings
2 capitalized [New Latin, from Latin] : the type genus of Cidaridae
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