trocha

noun tro·cha \ ˈtrōkə \
variants: or trochas \-kəs\

Definition of trocha

plural trochas
: trocas

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Origin and Etymology of trocha

New Latin Trochus


-trocha

noun combining form -tro·cha \ ‧trəkə \

Definition of -trocha

plural -trochas \-kəz\ also -trochae \-rəˌkē\
: creature or larva having (such) a ciliated band
  • actinotrocha

Origin and Etymology of -trocha

New Latin, from feminine singular of -trochus having (such) a ciliated band, from Greek trochos wheel


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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of trocha


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