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echinoid

[ ih-kahy-noid, ek-uh-noid ]
/ ɪˈkaɪ nɔɪd, ˈɛk əˌnɔɪd /
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adjective
belonging or pertaining to the class Echinoidea, comprising mainly sea urchins and sand dollars.
noun
any echinoderm of the Echinoidea.
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Origin of echinoid

1850–55; <New Latin Echinoidea;see echinus, -oidea
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British Dictionary definitions for echinoid

echinoid
/ (ɪˈkaɪnɔɪd, ˈɛkə-) /

noun
any of the echinoderms constituting the class Echinoidea, typically having a rigid ovoid body. The class includes the sea urchins and sand dollars
adjective
of or belonging to this class
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