"monerula" meaning in All languages combined

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Noun [English]

Etymology: From New Latin monerula, diminutive of moner. So called from its likeness to a moner. Etymology templates: {{bor|en|NL.|monerula}} New Latin monerula, {{m|la|moner}} moner Head templates: {{en-noun|?}} monerula
  1. (biology) A germ in that stage of development in which its form is simply a non-nucleated mass of protoplasm. Categories (topical): Biology
    Sense id: monerula-en-noun-N2NMXChD Topics: biology, natural-sciences

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