Definition of Actinozoa in English:

Actinozoa

noun

Zoology
rare
  • Treated as plural. A class of coelenterates including sea anemones and coral polyps (now more usually called Anthozoa).

Origin

Mid 19th century (in an earlier sense). From scientific Latin Actinozoa from actino- + -zoa.

Pronunciation:

Actinozoa

/ˌaktɪnəˈzəʊə/