triclad
noun Etymology: New Latin Tricladida, ultimately from tri- + Greek klados branch — more at clad- Date: 1888 any of an order (Tricladida) of turbellarian flatworms (as a planarian) having an intestine with one anterior and two posterior branches • triclad adjective

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  • triclad — /truy klad/, n. a planarian. [1885 90; < NL Tricladida name of the order of flatworms including planarians. See TRI , CLAD , IDA] * * * …   Universalium

  • triclad — noun Any of many flatworms of the order Tricladida …   Wiktionary

  • triclad — tri·clad …   English syllables

  • triclad — I. ˈtrīˌklad adjective Etymology: New Latin Tricladida : of or relating to the Tricladida II. noun ( s) : a turbellarian worm of the order Tricladida : planarian …   Useful english dictionary

  • planarian — noun Etymology: New Latin Planaria Date: circa 1858 triclad; especially any of various dark colored freshwater triclad flatworms (family Planariidae) with two eyespots and a triangular head …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • bdelloura — deˈlu̇rə, ˈlau̇ noun Usage: capitalized Etymology: New Latin, from bdell + Greek oura tail; akin to Greek orrhos buttocks more at ass : a genus (the type of the family Bdellouridae) of triclad flatworms that live in the gills of the horseshoe… …   Useful english dictionary

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