See also: nématode

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a soil roundworm

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Modern Latin compound of nemat- "thread" (from Greek nema, genitive nematos "thread," from stem of nein "to spin;") + -odes "like, of the nature of" ( -oid ).

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nematode (plural nematodes)

  1. A small invertebrate animal of the phylum Nematoda.

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nematode m (plural nematodi)

  1. nematode

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