aphis /ˈeɪfɪs/

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I. noun

an aphid, especially one of the genus Aphis (which includes the common greenfly and blackfly).
– origin late 18th cent.: modern Latin, from Greek, perhaps a misreading of koris ‘bug’ (interpreting the characters κορ ‘kor’ as αφ ‘aph’).

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