Noctuid

Noc'tu·id noun [ From Latin nox , noctis , night.] (Zoology) Any one of numerous moths of the family Noctuidæ , or Noctuælitæ , as the cutworm moths, and armyworm moths; -- so called because they fly at night. -- adjective Of or pertainin...
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Noctuid

• (a.) Of or pertaining to the noctuids, or family Noctuidae. • (n.) Any one of numerous moths of the family Noctuidae, or Noctuaelitae, as the cutworm moths, and armyworm moths; -- so called because they fly at night. • (a.) Of or pertaining to the noctuids, or family Noctuidae. • (n.) Any one of numerous moths of the family No...
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