Definition of Phylon

1. n. A tribe.



Definition of Phylon

1. a genetically related group [n -LA]

Medical Definition of Phylon

1. A tribe. Origin: NL, fr. Gr. Race, tribe. (07 May 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phylon

phylogenetically
phylogeneticist
phylogeneticists
phylogenetics
phylogenic
phylogenics
phylogenies
phylogenomic
phylogenomics
phylogeny
phylogeographic
phylogeographical
phylogeographically
phylogeography
phylome
phylon (current term)
phylosopher
phylosophers
phylosophic
phylosophical
phylosophicall
phylosophick
phylosophie
phylosophies
phylosophy
phylospecies
phylotype
phylotypes
phylum
phylum Acanthocephala

Literary usage of Phylon

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1. Medical Lexicon: A Dictionary of Medical Science : Containing a Concise by Robley Dunglison (1868)
"... (phylon, and {<HW, 'animal,') Zoophyte. PI'A MATER, 'delicate mother,' Pia sea mul'ltn seu tfn'utH Mater, ..."

2. The Aryan Household: Its Structure and Its Development : an Introduction to by William Edward Hearn (1891)
"... and phylon support phylon. The Teutons f acted upon the same principles; and their host was not a random crowd, but was composed of kins and ..."

3. The Evolution of Man: A Popular Exposition of the Principal Points of Human by Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel (1897)
"The phylon includes all organisms connected by blood, which are descended from a common typical parent-form. Phylogeny includes Palaeontology and Genealogy. ..."

4. Between East and West: The Moluccas and the Traffic in Spices Up to the by R. A. Donkin (2003)
"The phylon indon in the Historia of ... who lived in Constantinople in the late sixth and early seventh centuries) may be clove, and similarly the phylon ..."

5. Between East and West: The Moluccas and the Traffic in Spices Up to the by R. A. Donkin (2003)
"V Lit " The phylon indon in the Historia of ... in Constantinople in the late sixth and early seventh centuries) may be clove, and similarly the phylon ..."

6. The Evolution of Man; a Popular Exposition of the Principal Points of Human by Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haecker (1886)
"The phylon includes all organisms connected by blood, which are descended from a common typical parent-form. Phylogeny includes Palaeontology and Genealogy. ..."

7. The Evolution of Man: A Popular Exposition of the Principal Points of Human by Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel (1879)
"The phylon includes all organisms connected by blood, which are descended from a common typical parent-form. Phylogeny includes Palaeontology and Genealogy. ..."

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