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Treated as plural. A major group of animals comprising invertebrates with bilateral symmetry and an external skeleton, having the body and limbs composed of segments jointed together, comprising principally annelids (segmented worms) and arthropods; (also articulata) animals of this group collectively.
Early 19th century; earliest use found in Annals of Philosophy. From scientific Latin Articulata, neuter plural of classical Latin articulātus.
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