Definition of Turbellaria in English:

Turbellaria

proper noun

Zoology
  • A class of typically free-living flatworms that have a ciliated surface and a simple branched gut with a single opening.

    • ‘The mostly free-living Turbellaria are found in the oceans, in fresh water, and in moist terrestrial habitats, and a few are parasitic.’

Origin

Modern Latin (plural), from Latin turbella bustle, stir diminutive of turba crowd.

Pronunciation:

Turbellaria

/ˌtərbəˈlerēə/