araneid /əˈreɪnɪɪd/


I. noun

[Zoology] an invertebrate of an order that comprises the spiders.

●Order Araneae, in particular the family Araneidae.
– origin late 19th cent.: from modern Latin Araneida (former order name), from aranea ‘spider’.

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