deutomala

noun deu·to·ma·la \"+¦mālə\

Definition of deutomala

plural

deutomalae

\-ˌlē\
  1. :  either member of the second pair of mouthparts of a diplopod

deutomalal

\-āləl\ or

deutomalar

\-ālə(r)\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of deutomala

New Latin, from deut- + mala


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