[si-len-tuh-reyt, -ter-it] /sɪˈlɛn təˌreɪt, -tər ɪt/
any invertebrate animal of the phylum , including the hydras, jellyfishes, sea anemones, and corals, characterized by a single internal cavity serving for digestion, excretion, and other functions and having tentacles on the oral end.
belonging or pertaining to the .
any invertebrate of the phylum Cnidaria (formerly Coelenterata), having a saclike body with a single opening (mouth), which occurs in polyp and medusa forms. Coelenterates include the hydra, jellyfishes, sea anemones, and corals
(loosely) any invertebrate of the phyla Cnidaria or Ctenophora
of or relating to coelenterates
[si-len-tuh-ron] /sɪˈlɛn təˌrɒn/ noun, plural coelentera [si-len-ter-uh] /sɪˈlɛn tər ə/ (Show IPA). Zoology. 1. the body cavity of a coelenterate. /sɪˈlɛntəˌrɒn/ noun (pl) -tera (-tərə) 1. the simple saclike body cavity of a coelenterate
hollow Syria, the name (not found in Scripture) given by the Greeks to the extensive valley, about 100 miles long, between the Lebanon and the Anti-Lebanon range of mountains.
[see-lee-ak] /ˈsi liˌæk/ adjective 1. . [see-lee-ak] /ˈsi liˌæk/ adjective, Anatomy. 1. of, relating to, or located in the cavity of the abdomen. /ˈsiːlɪˌæk/ adjective 1. of or relating to the abdomen 2. a person who suffers from coeliac disease /ˈsiːlɪˌæk/ adjective 1. (anatomy) the usual US spelling of coeliac adj. 1660s, from Latin coeliacus, […]
- Coeliac disease
noun 1. a chronic intestinal disorder caused by sensitivity to the protein gliadin contained in the gluten of cereals, characterized by distention of the abdomen and frothy and pale foul-smelling stools