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Definition of the noun Ephyra

What does Ephyra mean as a name of something?

Ephyra is a genus of Diptera, described by Robineau-Desvoidy in 1863.

Ephyra is a genus of Gastropoda, described by Böhm in 1901.

Ephyra is a genus of Cnidaria, described by Péron & Lesueur in 1810.

Ephyra is a genus of Geometridae, described by Duponchel in 1829.

Ephyra is a genus of Oplophoridae, described by Roux in 1831.

Ephyra is a genus.

    Alternative definition of the noun Ephyra


    1. An immature medusoid stage of a scyphozoan jellyfish once it breaks off from its segmenting polyp.


    Ephyra is a musical group.

    • album: "Journey"

    Phrases with Ephyra

    Phrases starting with the word Ephyra:

    1. Ephyra Laeta
    2. Ephyra compressa
    3. Ephyra Haeckelii

    Phrases ending with the word Ephyra:

    1. Genus Ephyra
    2. Anagyrus Ephyra
    3. Charaxes Ephyra
    4. Phalanta Ephyra
    5. Telenomus Ephyra
    6. Trissolcus Ephyra
    7. Leptomastix Ephyra
    8. Augochlorella ephyra
    9. Phalanta Alcippe Ephyra
    10. Species Anagyrus Ephyra
    11. Species Charaxes Ephyra
    12. species Augochlorella ephyra

    Other phrases containing the word Ephyra:

    1. Species Ephyra Laeta
    2. species Ephyra compressa
    3. Species Ephyra Haeckelii

    Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Ephyra

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    Google previewBulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College (1882)

    most interesting anatomical structure in this as well as subsequent stages of the ephyra is the differentiation of the stomach cavity into an upper and lower story, by the growth of a continuation of the lower floor of the bell into a partition in this ...

    Google previewCertain Elements of Obscurity in the Style of Statius in the Silvae (1913)

    by Harry Bryson Thomas

    Ephyra is an ancient name of Corinth, and Baccheidos (from Bacchis) is a dynasty of Corinthian kings and magistrates.

    Google previewThe Pearson Guide To The B.Sc. (Nursing) Entrance Examination (2007)

    Ephyra is the larva of (a) Sea anemone (b) Obelia (c) Aurelia (d) Physalia 443. Theory of spontaneous generation was first refuted experimentally by (a) Spallanzani (b)Von Helmont (c) Radi (d) Pasteur 444. Which of the following initiates ...

    Google previewBiology of Coelenterata (2005)

    by Dev Raj Khanna, P. R. Yadav

    The newly released ephyra is a minute gelatinous creature one to a few millimetres in diameter.

    Google previewEncyclopedia of Fairies in World Folklore and Mythology (2013)

    by Theresa Bane

    Variations: Ephira, Ephyre A sea—NYMPH of the town Korinthos in Korinthia, southern Greece, Ephyra, wife of the Titan Epimetheus, was one of the named NEREID. Ephyra was born the daughter of Nereus and DORIS. Sources: Apollodorus ...

    Google previewA Classical Dictionary ... A new edition, revised and considerably enlarged, by the Rev. T. Smith (1839)

    - EPHYRA, the antient name of Corinth, which it received from a nymph of the same name, and thence Ephyreus is applied to Dyrrachium, which was founded by a Corinthian colony. Virg. G. 2. v. 264.— Ovid. Met.2. v. 239. — Plin.

    Google previewA New Dictionary of Ancient Geography, exhibiting the modern in addition to the ancient names of places (1803)

    by Charles Pye

    EPHYRA (QEnoe, CEnoa), a city of Elis, in the Morea. - EPHYRA, a city of The protia, in Epirus. * #: island near Melos, in EPHY RE, ...

    Google previewDictionary of Invertebrate Zoology --Paperback (2010)

    by Maggenti Mary Ann, Maggenti Armand, Gardner Scott

    ephyra n.; pl. ephyre, ephyrae, ephyrula [Gr. Ephyra, name of a sea nymph] (CNID: Scyphozoa) A small free-swimming medusa arising by asexual division ( transverse ...

    Google previewAmerican Tract Society Bible Dictionary (2017)

    2,299 definitions and 39k cross-references by TruthBeTold Ministry, American Tract Society, William Wilberforce Rand, Edward Robinson

    Called anciently Ephyra, the capital.

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    Ephyra - Cassiopea sp.

    the young jellyfish form of the upside down jellyfish, Cassiopea sp. sorry about the poor image quality!

    Photo credit: Dan Bowes

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    Scrabble value of E1P3H4Y4R1A1

    The value of this 6-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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