cnidarian Zoology

cnidarian Zoology
cnidarian Zoology [(k)nʌɪ'dɛ:rɪən]
noun an aquatic invertebrate animal of the phylum Cnidaria, which comprises the coelenterates.
adjective relating to cnidarians.
Origin
from mod. L. Cnidaria, from Gk knidē 'nettle'.

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