"monaulic" meaning in All languages combined

See monaulic on Wiktionary

Adjective [English]

Etymology: mon- + aulic Etymology templates: {{prefix|en|mon|aulic}} mon- + aulic Head templates: {{en-adj|-}} monaulic (not comparable)
  1. (biology, of a hermaphroditic organism) Having a single reproductive opening. Tags: not-comparable, of a hermaphroditic organism Categories (topical): Biology
    Sense id: monaulic-en-adj-iBjGiH-s Topics: biology, natural-sciences Coordinate_terms: triaulic, diaulic

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