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nudibranchiate

[ noo-duh-brang-kee-it, -eyt, nyoo- ]
/ ˌnu dəˈbræŋ ki ɪt, -ˌeɪt, ˌnyu- /
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noun

adjective

belonging or pertaining to the nudibranchiates.

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Also nu·di·bran·chi·an [noo-duh-brang-kee-uhn, nyoo-]. /ˌnu dəˈbræŋ ki ən, ˌnyu-/.

Origin of nudibranchiate

First recorded in 1830–40, nudibranchiate is from the New Latin word Nudibranchiata name of suborder of mollusks. See nudi-, branchiate

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