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aplacophoran

[ ap-luh-kof-er-uhn ]
/ ˌæp ləˈkɒf ər ən /
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noun Zoology.
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Origin of aplacophoran

<New Latin Aplacophor(a) the class name (a-a-6 + Greek plak-, stem of pláx flat object, tablet + -o--o- + -phora, neuter plural of -phoros bearing, -phorous) + -an
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