n. octopus, carnivorous eight-legged sea creature with a large soft head and two rows of suckers on the underside of each leg (usually lives on the bottom of the ocean)

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  • octopus — ► NOUN (pl. octopuses) ▪ a mollusc with eight sucker bearing arms, a soft body, beak like jaws, and no internal shell. DERIVATIVES octopoid adjective. USAGE The standard plural in English of octopus is octopuses. However, since the word comes… …   English terms dictionary

  • octopus — [äk′tə pəs, äk′təpoos] n. pl. octopuses, octopi [äk′təpī΄] octopodes [äk täp′ə dēz΄] [ModL < Gr oktōpous, eight footed < oktō,EIGHT + pous (gen. podos), FOOT] 1. any of various octopods (order Octopoda) having a soft, saclike body, a… …   English World dictionary

  • Octŏpus — (Polyp), Gattung der achtfüßigen Kopffüßler, mit kugeligem Leibe ohne Schale u. acht gleichartigen Armen, mit zwei Reihen Saugnäpfchen; große sepienartige Thiere des Meeres, welche sich von allerlei Seethieren nähren; Art: Gemeiner Polyp (O.… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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  • octopus — (n.) 1758, genus name of a type of eight armed cephalopod mollusks, from Gk. oktopous, lit. eight footed, from okto eight (see EIGHT (Cf. eight)) + pous foot (see FOOT (Cf. foot) (n.)). Proper plural is octopodes, though octopuses probably works… …   Etymology dictionary

  • octopus — has the plural form octopuses. The pseudo Latin form octopi, except when used jocularly, is misconceived, since the Greek stem is octopod (giving the rightly rejected form octopodes in English) …   Modern English usage

  • Octopus — This article is about the order of cephalopod. For other uses, see Octopus (disambiguation). Octopus …   Wikipedia

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