holothurian

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noun ho·lo·thu·ri·an \ˌhō-lə-ˈthu̇r-ē-ən, -ˈthyu̇r-, ˌhä-\

Definition of holothurian

holothurian

adjective

Origin and Etymology of holothurian

ultimately from Greek holothourion water polyp


First Known Use: circa 1842


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