|acanthocephalan, parasitic worm with hooked spines||spiny-headed worm|
|(about parasitic fungi) moving from host to host during development (Biology), living on different hosts||heteroecious|
|(Medicine) infection caused by parasitic bacteria from the genus Schistosoma (causes anemia, pain, and organ malfunction), bilharziasis, illness cause by blood infection, snail fever||schistosomiasis|
|(Medicine) serious infection caused by ingestion of meat infected with the parasitic worm trichina (symptoms include fever, muscle pain, diarrhea, and sever perspiration), disease caused by a parasitic worm||trichinosis|
|(Zoology) expert on nematology (study of parasitic worms, study of nematodes)||nematologist|
|(Zoology) of or pertaining to the Hirudinea (class of red-blooded worms which includes leeches), (Zoology) worm which belongs to the class Hirudinea (class of red-blooded worms which includes leeches)||hirudinean|
|act of infecting with trichina (parasitic worm which lives in the intestine and whose larva encysts in muscle tissue)||trichinization|
|act of wriggling, instance of moving back and forth as a worm or snake, writhing, squirming; evasion or escape (e.g. from a difficulty), move while twisting and turning, twist and turn, twist to and fro, wiggle, worm; evade (something unpleasant); make...||wriggle|
|aggressive competitor, attack on the wing, attempt at clearing throat, bird of prey, bird of prey with a hooked beak and curved talons; person who favors aggressive or warlike political policy (Slang); aggressive person (Slang), clear the throat, cough...||hawk|
|anaerobic spirochetes of the genus Treponema (some of which are parasitic to warm blooded animals)||treponema|
|anchor for a small boat, device with hooks, grapple, grappling, grappling iron, hooked anchor; hook; grappling iron||grapnel|
|ancylostomiasis, any of a number of parasitic blood-sucking worms which inhabit the intestines of humans and other animals, hookworm disease, parasitic worm||hookworm|
|any member of the class Trematoda of parasitic flatworms with one or more external suckers, fluke||trematode|
|any of a number of insectivorous birds having a strong hooked and toothed bill, bird that impales its prey||shrike|
|any of a number of parasitic worms belonging to the family Strongylidae||strongyl|
|any of a number of parasitic worms belonging to the family Strongylidae||strongyle|
|any of several species of bacteria from the genus Rickettsia, type of parasitic bacteria which can cause serious diseases in humans, parasitic bacterium causing disease||rickettsia|
|any of several types of fish-eating duck that have a narrow bill that is hooked at the tip, fish duck, fish-eating diving duck, sheldrake||merganser|
|any of several types of parasitic bacteria (of which some types are pathogenic to humans and animals), bacterium||mycobacterium|
|any of various hydrated silica minerals which expand into worm-like shapes when exposed to heat and are used for heat insulation and as medium for plant growing, compound used in growing plants||vermiculite|
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