agnathous

[ag-nuh-thuh s]
Also agnathan, ag·na·thic.

Origin of agnathous

First recorded in 1875–80; see origin at Agnatha, -ous
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agnathous

adjective
  1. zoology (esp of lampreys and hagfishes) lacking jaws
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