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labroid

labrid (ˈlæbrɪd)

/ (ˈlæbrɔɪd, ˈleɪ-) /
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noun
any percoid fish of the family Labridae (wrasses)
adjective
of or relating to the Labridae
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Word Origin for labroid

C19: from New Latin Labroidea, from Latin lābrus a fish, from labrum lip
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