enalid

noun en·a·lid \ˈenələ̇d\

Definition of enalid

plural

-s

  1. :  a submerged marine plant (such as eelgrass)

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Origin and Etymology of enalid

International Scientific Vocabulary enal- (from Greek enalios of the sea, from en- 2en- + halios of the sea, from hal-, hals sea) + -id; akin to Greek hals salt — more at salt


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