One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A flagellate (protist) belonging to any of several groups of unicellular organisms whose members possess one or more flagella, lack chromatophores, and do not carry out photosynthesis; an animal-like flagellate.
Of or relating to zooflagellates.
Early 20th century; earliest use found in Knowledge: an illustrated magazine of science. From zoo- + flagellate, after scientific Latin Zooflagellata, plural noun and its probable model German Zooflagellaten, plural noun.
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