Meaning of CICADIDAE in English

sə̇ˈkadəˌdē noun plural

Usage: capitalized

Etymology: New Latin, from Cicada, type genus + -idae

: a family of large insects comprising the cicadas and with the spittle insects, treehoppers, and leafhoppers commonly constituting a superfamily of Homoptera

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