diplopod


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dip·lo·pod

 (dĭp′lə-pŏd′)
n.

[From New Latin Diplopoda, class name : diplo- + -poda, -pod.]

dip′lo·pod′ adj.

diplopod

(ˈdɪpləˌpɒd)
n
(Animals) any arthropod of the class Diplopoda, which includes the millipedes

dip•lo•pod

(ˈdɪp ləˌpɒd)

n.
any arthropod of the class Diplopoda, comprising the millipedes.
[1860–65; < New Latin Diplopoda. See diplo-, -pod]
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