monostome

[mon-uh-stohm]
Also mo·nos·to·mous [muh-nos-tuh-muh s] /məˈnɒs tə məs/.

Origin of monostome

First recorded in 1840–50; mono- + -stome
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British Dictionary definitions for monostome

monostome

monostomous (mɒˈnɒstəməs)

adjective
  1. zoology botany having only one mouth, pore, or similar opening
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