ommateum

ommateum

[om-uh-tee-uhm]
noun, plural ommatea [om-uh-tee-uh] . Zoology.

Origin:
1880–85; < Neo-Latin < Greek ommat- (stem of ómma) eye + Neo-Latin -eum noun suffix

ommateal, adjective
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