Also called blindworm. a legless, wormlike tropical amphibian of the order Gymnophiona (formerly Apoda), spending most of its life underground and usually almost blind.
pertaining to or characteristic of a caecilian.
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any tropical limbless cylindrical amphibian of the order Apoda (or Gymnophiona), resembling earthworms and inhabiting moist soil
to call, as to call an animal toward one; urge forward by calling.
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the Sculptor’s Tool, or Chisel, a small southern constellation between Columba and Eridanus. noun (Latin genitive) Caeli (ˈsiːlaɪ) a small faint constellation in the S hemisphere close to Eridanus