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Tridacna

Tri`dac´na
n.1.(Zool.) A genus of very large marine bivalve shells found on the coral reefs of the Indian and Pacific Oceans. One species (Tridacna gigas) often weighs four or five hundred pounds, and is sometimes used for baptismal fonts. Called also paw shell, and fountain shell.
Noun1.Tridacna - type genus of the family Tridacnidae: giant clams
Synonyms: genus Tridacna
family Tridacnidae, genus Tridacna, giant clam, mollusk genus, Tridacna gigas, Tridacnidae
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Tricornigerous
Tricorporal
Tricostate
Tricot
Tricrotic
Tricrotism
Tricrotous
Tricurvate
Tricuspid
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Tricuspidate
Tricycle
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Tridacna gigas
Tridacnidae
Tridactyl
Tridactylous
Triddler
Tride
Tridecane
Tridecatoic
Tridecatylene
Trident
Trident bat
Tridentate
Tridented
Tridentiferous
Tridentine
Tridiapason
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