[ puhl-muh-neyt, -nit, poo l- ]
/ ˈpʌl məˌneɪt, -nɪt, ˈpʊl- /
Zoology. having lungs or lunglike organs.
belonging to the Pulmonata, an order of gastropod mollusks usually breathing by means of a lunglike sac, and including most of the terrestrial snails and the slugs and certain aquatic snails.
a pulmonate gastropod.
- pulmonary trunk,
- pulmonary tuberculosis,
- pulmonary valve,
- pulmonary vein,
- pulmonary ventilation,
- pulmonic airstream,
Origin of pulmonate
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/ (ˈpʌlmənɪt, ˈpʊl-) /
having lungs or lunglike organs
of, relating to, or belonging to the Pulmonata, a mostly terrestrial subclass or order of gastropod molluscs, including snails and slugs, in which the mantle is adapted as a lung
any pulmonate mollusc
Word Origin for pulmonate
C19: from New Latin pulmōnātus
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