flavivirus
noun Etymology: New Latin, from Latin flavus yellow + New Latin -i- + virus — more at virus Date: 1974 any of a family (Flaviviridae) of single-stranded RNA viruses that are transmitted by ticks and mosquitoes and include the causative agents of dengue and yellow fever

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