do·nax | \ ˈdōˌnaks\
Definition of donax
1 capitalized : a genus of small marine bivalve mollusks that is the type of the family Donacidae and that includes forms having long separate siphons, a well-developed foot, and an equivalve somewhat triangular shell
2 plural -es : coquina sense 1
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