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crinite

adjective cri·nite \ ˈkrīˌnīt , -riˌ- \

Definition of crinite

: covered or provided with hairy growths : like hair or a hair

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Origin and Etymology of crinite

Latin crinitus, past participle of crinire to provide with hair, from crinis hair


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crinite

noun \ " \

Definition of crinite

plural -s
: a fossil crinoid

Origin and Etymology of crinite

International Scientific Vocabulary crinoid + -ite


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