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avicularium

[ uh-vik-yuh-lair-ee-uhm ]
/ 蓹藢v瑟k y蓹藞l蓻蓹r i 蓹m /
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noun, plural a路vic路u路lar路i路a [uh-vik-yuh-lair-ee-uh]. /蓹藢v瑟k y蓹藞l蓻蓹r i 蓹/. Zoology.
a protective zooid of a bryozoan colony, having movable jaws that can be snapped shut.
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Origin of avicularium

From New Latin; see origin at avi-, -cule1, -arium

OTHER WORDS FROM avicularium

a路vic路u路lar路i路an, adjective

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