Coelomate



[see-luh-meyt, si-loh-mit] /ˈsi ləˌmeɪt, sɪˈloʊ mɪt/

adjective
1.
having a .
noun
2.
a coelomate animal.
n.

1883, from Coelomata (1877), from Modern Latin neuter plural of coelomatus, from Greek koilomat- “hollow, cavity,” from PIE root *kel- (see cell).

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