chlamydate[klam′ə dāt′, -dit]
chlamydate definition by Webster's New World
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Zool. having a mantle, as certain mollusks
Origin: Classical Latin chlamydatus, dressed in a military cloak ; from Classical Greek chlamyd-, base of chlamys, mantle plush -ate
chlamydate definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Having a mantle. Used of mollusks.
Origin: Latin chlamydātus, cloaked, from chlamys, chlamyd-, mantle; see chlamys.