- nautilus (n.)
- marine cephalopod, c. 1600, from Latin nautilus, in Pliny a kind of marine snail (including also squid, cuttlefish, polyps, etc.), from Greek nautilos "paper nautilus," literally "sailor," from nautes "sailor," from naus "ship" (see naval). The cephalopod formerly was thought to use its webbed arms as sails.
- 1. Nautilus, the first U.S. nuclear submarine at Groton in Connecticut.
- 2. Nautilus Minerals , based in Vancouver , is the more advanced of the pair.
- 3. To walk inside it is to walk inside an intricate , half - translucent nautilus.
- 4. Uncle Wang, who lives next door, accidentally saved a nautilus.
- 5. Doug , the owner of Nautilus Resort also join in the fun.
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