nautilus

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nautilus
Definition
Noun 
A marine mollusc, of the family Nautilidae native to the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean, which has tentacles and a spiral shell with a series of air-filled chambers, of which Nautilus is the type genus.
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Etymology
From Latin nautilus, from Ancient Greek ναυτίλος ‎(nautílos, “paper nautilus, sailor”).
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