noun no·tau·lix \nōˈtȯ(ˌ)liks\

Definition of notaulix



  1. :  a longitudinal furrow in the anterior part of the mesonotum of various insects

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Origin and Etymology of notaulix

New Latin, from 1not- + Late Latin aulic-, aulix furrow, manuscript error for aulac-, aulax, from Greek aulak-, aulax

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