moniliasis

noun
mo·​ni·​li·​a·​sis | \ ˌmō-nə-ˈlī-ə-səs, ˌmä-\
plural moniliases\ -​ˌsēz \

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1920, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for moniliasis

New Latin, from Monilia, genus of fungi, from Latin monile necklace

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moniliasis

noun
mo·​ni·​li·​a·​sis | \ ˌmō-nə-ˈlī-ə-səs, ˌmän-ə- \
plural moniliases\ -​ˌsēz \

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