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Definition of Lunule

Lunule n. means: A special area in front of the beak of many bivalve shells. It sometimes has the shape of a double crescent, but is oftener heart-shaped. See Illust. of Bivalve.

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Lunule n. means: A special area in front of the beak of many bivalve shells. It sometimes has the shape of a double crescent, but is oftener heart-shaped. See Illust. of Bivalve.

Meaning of Lunule

Lunule (n.) means: A special area in front of the beak of many bivalve shells. It sometimes has the shape of a double crescent, but is oftener heart-shaped. See Illust. of Bivalve.

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More meanings / definitions of Lunule or words, sentences containing Lunule?

Lunula (n.): Same as Lunule.

Lunule (n.): A small or narrow crescent.

Veneracea (n. pl.): An extensive tribe of bivalve mollusks of which the genus Venus is the type. The shells are usually oval, or somewhat heartshaped, with a conspicuous lunule. See Venus.

Lunule (n.): A special area in front of the beak of many bivalve shells. It sometimes has the shape of a double crescent, but is oftener heart-shaped. See Illust. of Bivalve.

Lunule (n.): Anything crescent-shaped; a crescent-shaped part or mark; a lunula, a lune.

Lunule (n.): A lune. See Lune.

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Meaning of Lunula

Lunula means: Same as Lunule.

Meaning of Lunule

Lunule means: A small or narrow crescent.

Meaning of Veneracea

Veneracea means: An extensive tribe of bivalve mollusks of which the genus Venus is the type. The shells are usually oval, or somewhat heartshaped, with a conspicuous lunule. See Venus.

Meaning of Lunule

Lunule means: A special area in front of the beak of many bivalve shells. It sometimes has the shape of a double crescent, but is oftener heart-shaped. See Illust. of Bivalve.

Meaning of Lunule

Lunule means: Anything crescent-shaped; a crescent-shaped part or mark; a lunula, a lune.

Meaning of Lunule

Lunule means: A lune. See Lune.

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