trichina

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New Latin, from Ancient Greek θρίξινοσ (thríxinos, of hair), from θρίξ (thríx, hair).

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trichina (plural trichinas or trichinae)

  1. Any of several parasitic roundworms, of the genus Trichinella, that infect the intestines and cause trichinosis.

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EtymologyEdit

New Latin, from Ancient Greek θρίξινοσ (thríxinos, of hair), from θρίξ (thríx, hair).

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trichina f (plural trichine)

  1. trichina

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