enterococcus
noun (plural enterococci) Etymology: New Latin, genus name Date: 1908 any of a genus (Enterococcus) of gram-positive bacteria that resemble streptococci and were formerly classified with them; especially a bacterium (E. faecalis) normally present in the intestine • enterococcal adjective

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