am|bu|la|crum

am|bu|la|crum
am|bu|la|crum «AM byuh LAY kruhm», noun, plural -cra «-kruh».
any of the radial areas of an echinoderm, containing perforations through which tubular organs of locomotion are protruded.
[< Latin ambulācrum a tree-lined walk < ambulāre to walk]

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