braconid
noun Etymology: ultimately from Greek brachys Date: circa 1893 any of a large family (Braconidae) of ichneumon flies • braconid adjective

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  • braconid — /brak euh nid/, n. 1. any of numerous wasps of the family Braconidae, the larvae of which are parasitic on aphids and on the larvae of moths, butterflies, beetles, etc. adj. 2. belonging or pertaining to the family Braconidae. [1890 95; < NL… …   Universalium

  • braconid — noun Any of several parasitic wasps of the family Braconidae …   Wiktionary

  • braconid — brac·o·nid …   English syllables

  • braconid — I. ˈbrakənə̇d adjective Etymology: New Latin Braconidae : of or relating to the family Braconidae II. noun ( s) : an insect of the family Braconidae …   Useful english dictionary

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