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cumacean

/ (kjʊˈmeɪʃən) /
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noun

any small malacostracan marine crustacean of the Cumacea family, mostly dwelling on the sea bed but sometimes found among the plankton

adjective

of, relating to, or belonging to the Cumacea

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Word Origin for cumacean

C19: from New Latin cuma, from Greek kuma (see cyma) + -ean
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