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nautilus British & World English

A cephalopod mollusc with a light external spiral shell and numerous short tentacles around the mouth

Nautilus British & World English

The first nuclear-powered submarine, launched in 1954. This US navy vessel made a historic journey (1-5 August 1958) under the ice of the North Pole

Nautilus New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

first nuclear-powered submarine

nautilus New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

mollusc with a spiral shell

Nautilus in nautiloid British & World English

A mollusc of a group of mainly extinct marine molluscs which includes the pearly nautilus

Nautilus in nautilus British & World English

A cephalopod mollusc with a light external spiral shell and numerous short tentacles around the mouth

paper nautilus British & World English

Another term for argonaut.

pearly nautilus British & World English

A common nautilus of the Indo-Pacific, with a light spiral shell that is white with brownish bands on the outside and lined with mother-of-pearl on the inside

paper nautilus in nautilus British & World English

another term for argonaut.

pearly nautilus in nautilus British & World English

A cephalopod mollusc with a light external spiral shell and numerous short tentacles around the mouth

Nautilus pompilius in pearly nautilus British & World English

A common nautilus of the Indo-Pacific, with a light spiral shell that is white with brownish bands on the outside and lined with mother-of-pearl on the inside