flagello-, flagell-

(Latin: to whip, a whip, whip-like appendage)

ameboflagellate
1. Having ameboid and flagellated stages (long thin cellular appendages) in the life cycle.
2. An ameba that has a flagellated stage in its life cycle.
biflagellate
choana (s), chonae (pl)
An oval aperture on each side of the posterior border of the nasal septum, communicating each nasal fossa with the nasal pharynx.

The bony constituent of these openings are the choanae osseae, comprising on each side the horizontal plate of the palatine bone below, the base of the skull above, and laterally the medial pterygoid plate.

dinoflagellate
flagella
flagellant
flagellar
flagellate
flagellation
flagelliform
flagellomania
1. An enthusiasm for flogging or whipping.
2. Erotic pleasure or stimulation derived from whipping or of being whipped.
flagellophilist
A collector of whipping instruments.
flagellum
flagellum Dei
Scourge of God, title given to Attila the Hun (A.D. 406?–453, king of the Huns who invaded Europe and defeated by the Romans and Visigoths in 451 at Châlons-sur-Marne in France).
hemoflagellate, haemoflagellate
Any flagellate microorganism parasitic in the blood, especially protozoa of the suborder Trypanosomatina.