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symphilid

adjective sym·phi·lid \ˈsim(p)fələ̇d\
variants: less commonly

symphylid

\ˈsim(p)fələ̇d\

Definition of symphilid

  1. :  of or relating to the Symphyla

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Origin and Etymology of symphilid

New Latin Symphyla + English -id


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symphilid

noun sym·phi·lid \"\
variants: less commonly

symphylid

\"\

Definition of symphilid

plural

-s

  1. :  an arthropod of the class Symphyla and especially of the genus Scutigerella — see garden centipede

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