rhagon

noun \ˈrāˌgän, ˈraˌ-\

Definition of rhagon

plural

-s

  1. 1 :  leucon

  2. 2 :  a sponge or sponge larva of leuconoid structure in which the flagellated chambers are few in number and often adjoin the paragaster

rhagonoid

adjective or noun

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Origin and Etymology of rhagon

New Latin, from Greek rhag-, rhax grape, berry


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