Cestoda Ces·to·da (sěs-tō’də)
A subclass of parasitic flatworms including the segmented tapeworms that parasitize humans and domestic animals.
Zoology. (of worms) ribbonlike. cestode. adjective (esp of tapeworms and similar animals) ribbon-like in form
Cestoidea Ces·toi·de·a (sěs-toi’dē-ə) n. A class of flatworms characterized by lack of an alimentary canal and, in typical forms, by a segmented body with a scolex at one end; adult worms are vertebrate parasites, usually found in the small intestine.
Mont [mawn] /mɔ̃/ (Show IPA). French name of the Matterhorn. noun Mont Cervin, the French name for Matterhorn
a girdle or belt, especially as worn by women of ancient Greece. Classical Mythology. the girdle of Venus, decorated with every object that could arouse amorous desire. a hand covering made of leather strips and often covered with metal studs, worn by boxers. noun (classical myth) the girdle of Aphrodite (Venus) decorated to cause amorousness […]