One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A body segment of an articulated or segmented animal, especially such a segment regarded as a distinct organism; a metamere or somite. Compare "zonite". Now historical and rare.
Mid 19th century. From French zoonite, irregularly from ancient Greek ζῷον animal + French -ite.
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