noun spina·cene \ˈspinəˌsēn, -pīn-\

Definition of spinacene



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Origin and Etymology of spinacene

International Scientific Vocabulary spinac- (from New Latin Spinac-, Spinax genus of sharks, probably from Greek spina, a fish) + -ene

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