dinoflagellate[dī′nō flaj′ə lit, -lāt′]
Origin: ; from Modern Latin Dinoflagellata ; from Classical Greek dinos, rotation (; from Indo-European base an unverified form deye-, to swing, whirl from source Old Irish dīan, swift) plush Modern Latin flagellum (see flagellum) plush -ata, Classical Latin neuter plural of -atus: see -ate
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Origin: From New Latin Dīnoflagellāta, class name : Greek dīnos, whirling (from dīnein, to whirl) + Latin flagellum, flagellum; see flagellum.
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