[ lof-uh-brangk, loh-fuh- ]
/ ˈlɒf əˌbræŋk, ˈloʊ fə- /
belonging or pertaining to the Lophobranchii, the group of fishes comprising the pipefishes, sea horses, snipefishes, trumpetfishes, etc.
a lophobranch fish.
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Origin of lophobranch
OTHER WORDS FROM lophobranchloph·o·bran·chi·ate [lof-uh-brang-kee-it, -eyt, loh-fuh-], /ˌlɒf əˈbræŋ ki ɪt, -ˌeɪt, ˌloʊ fə-/, adjective, noun
Words nearby lophobranch
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British Dictionary definitions for lophobranch
/ (ˈləʊfəˌbræŋk) /
any teleost fish of the suborder Lophobranchii, having the gills arranged in rounded tufts: includes the pipefishes and sea horses
of, relating to, or belonging to the Lophobranchii
Derived forms of lophobranchlophobranchiate (ˌləʊfəˈbræŋkɪɪt, -ˌeɪt), adjective
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