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etheostomoid

adjective ethe·os·to·moid \ ¦ēthē¦ästəˌmȯid , ¦eth- \

Definition of etheostomoid

: of or relating to the darters

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Origin and Etymology of etheostomoid

New Latin Etheostoma, genus of fishes (from etheo- —from Greek ēthein to sift, strain—+ -stoma) + English -oid


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etheostomoid

noun \ " \

Definition of etheostomoid

plural -s
: darter 2

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