Definition of polytroch
: having many circles of cilia polytroch larvae
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Origin and Etymology of polytroch
polytroch from New Latin polytrochus, from poly- + -trochus having (such) a ciliated band; polytrochal from New Latin polytrochus + English -al; polytrochous from New Latin polytrochus — more at -trocha
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