\\|flajə|lif(ə)rəs\ adjective
Etymology: probably from French flagellifère flagelliferous (from flagelli- — from New Latin flagellum — + -fère -ferous — from Latin -fer) + English -ous — more at -ferous
: having flagella : flagellate

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