Origin of nautiloid; from Modern Latin Nautiloidea: see nautilus and amp; -oid
Origin of nautiloidFrom New Latin Nautilo&imacron;dea, former subclass name : Latin nautilus, nautilus; see nautilus + Greek -oeid&emacron;s, -oid.
(comparative more nautiloid, superlative most nautiloid)
- (zoology) Resembling a nautilus.
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nautilus +"Ž -oid