[ juh-pij-id ]
/ dʒəˈpɪdʒ ɪd /
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any eyeless, wingless, primitive insect of the family Japygidae, having a pair of pincers at the rear of its abdomen.
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How to use japygid in a sentence
Three principal families may be recognised—viz., Lepesmid, Campodeid, and Japygid.