Worm & Worm like Creatures Names Meaning & Images | Necessary Vocabulary

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Worm & Worm like Creature

Worm / wɜːrm / (ওয়ার্ম্‌) n [the term worm is used in everyday language to describe different animals which typically have a long thin tube-like body and no limbs. Various types of worms occupy a small variety of parasitic niches, living inside the bodies of other animals. They live in almost all parts of the world, including marine, freshwater, and terrestrial habitats. Several other worms may be free-living, or nonparasitic. Ecologically, worms form an important link in the food chains in virtually all the ecosystems of the world] (মাটিতে বাস করে বা মাটির মধ্যে থেকে এমন আমেরুদণ্ডী প্রাণী বা পোকা; কীড়া): Worms dig down through the soil. The kiwi eats worms, other invertebrates, and berries. Birds, and looking for worms.

Worm Related Necessary Vocabulary Notes

Ø Term / tɜːrm / (টা্‌র্ম) n [a word or phrase used as the name of the Sth, especially one connected with a particular type of language] (<কোনোধারণা ব্যক্ত করার জন্য ব্যবহৃত> শব্দ; পদ): A technical/legal/scientific, etc. term.  
Ø Describe / dɪˈskraɪb / (ডিˈছক্রা) v [to say or write what Sb/Sth is like] (বর্ণনা দেওয়া/করা): Could you describe your attacker? Can you describe him to me?
Ø Typically / ˈtɪpɪkli / (ˈটিপিক্‌লি) adv [in a way that shows the usual qualities or features of a particular type of person, thing or group] (সাধারণত; বৈশিষ্ট্যসূচকভাবে): Typically, a doctor will see about thirty patients a day.

Ø Limb / lɪm / (লিম) n [an arm or leg of a person or an animal, or a large branch of a tree] (১। <প্রাণী দেহের> অঙ্গপ্রত্যঙ্গ, যেমন বাহু, পা। ২। <গাছের> তরুশাখা): for a while, he lost the use of her limbs. 

Ø Variety / vəˈraɪəti / (ˈরাইএটি) n [a different type of something] (বিচিত্র; প্রকার): this variety of rose is especially hardy and drought-resistant.

parasite plants
Ø Parasite / ˌpærəˈsaɪt / (ˌপ্যারˈছা) n [a small animal or plant that lives on or inside another animal or plant and gets its food from it] (পরগাছা; পরভুক প্রাণী বা জীবাণু): The older drugs did not deal effectively with the malaria parasite. 

<ADJ> parasitic / ˌpærəˈsɪtɪk / (ˌপ্যারˈছিটিক্‌) adj [living on another animal or plant and getting its food from it] (পরভুক প্রাণী বা বা জীবানু ঘটিত; পরাশ্রয়ী): a parasitic worm

Ø Niche / niːʃ / (নীশ্‌) n [(biology) a position or role was taken by a kind of living thing within its community] (যথার্থ স্থান):  With each niche, similar animals avoid competing with each other.

Ø Terrestrial / təˈrestriəl / (ˈরেছট্রিল্‌) n [(of animals and plants) living on the land or on the ground, rather than in water, in trees or in the air] (স্থলচর): A terrestrial habitat

Ø Habitat / ˈhæbɪtæt / (ˈহ্যাবিট্যাট্‌) n [a natural place where a particular type of animal or plant is normally found] (<উদ্ভিদ, প্রাণীসম্বন্ধে>লালনক্ষেত্র; আবাসভূমি): The marshes provide a rich habitat for water plants and other animals.

Ø Ecology / iːˈkɑːlədʒi / (ˈকাঃলজি্) n [the relationships between the air, land, water, animals, and plants, etc., usually of a particular area or the scientific study of this] (১। বাস্তুসংস্থান। ২। পরিবেশবিঞ্জান; বাস্তব্যবিদ্যা): Oil pollution could damage the fragile ecology of the coral reefs.

<ADJ> Ecological / ˌiːkəˈlɑːdʒɪkl / (ˌঈকˈলাঃজিকল্‌) adj [connected with the relation of plants and living creatures to each other and to their environment] (বাস্তুসংস্থানসংক্রান্ত; পরিবেশগত): The destruction of the rain forests is an ecological disaster.

<ADV> Ecologically (পরিবেশগতভাবে): The system is both practical and ecologically sound.

<NOUN> Ecologist / iˈkɑːlədʒɪst / (ˈকাঃলজিছ্‌ট্‌) n [a person who studies the natural relationships between the airs, land, water, animals, plants, etc.] (পরিবেশবিজ্ঞানী; বাস্তব্যবিদ্যা বিশেষজ্ঞ):

Ø Form / fɔːrm / (ফোর্ম) v [to have a particular function or pattern] (গঠন করা): The trees form a natural protection from the sun’s rays.

Ø The food chain (n) [a series of living creatures in which each type of creature feeds on the one below it in the series] (খাদ্য চক্র; খাদ্য-শৃঙ্খল): Insects are fairly low down (on) the food chain.

Ø Ecosystem / ˈiːkoʊsɪstəm / (ˈঈকৌছিছটম্) n [all the plants and living things in a particular area and the way they affect each other and the environment] (গাছপালা, পশুপাখির সাথে তাদের পরিপার্শ্বের পারস্পরিক ক্রিয়া): Pollution can have disastrous effects on the delicately balanced ecosystem.

Ø Invertebrate / ɪnvɜːrtɪbrət / (নভা্‌র্টিব্রট্‌) n [any animal with no spine] (অমেরুদণ্ডী প্রাণী): Invertebrate, for example, a worm is the main diet of these water birds.

worms, intestinal parasites
Worms / wɜːrmʒ / (ওয়ার্ম্‌জ্‌) n [long, narrow, soft bodies without arms, legs or bone creatures that live inside the bodies of humans or animals and can cause disease. they are parasites that can infect the gastrointestinal tract of humans and other animals. They can live throughout the body, but most prefer the intestinal wall.] (অন্ত্রের পরজীবী; কৃমি): The vet says our dog has worms.
      <SYN> Parasite worm; Intestinal parasite

Tapeworm / ˈteɪpwɜːrm / (ˈটেপ্ওয়ার্ম্‌) n [a long, flatworm which lives inside the intestines of humans and other animals] (ফিতাকৃমি):   

Earthworm / ˈɜːrθwɜːrm / (ˈআ্‌র্থওয়ার্ম) n [earthworm is a tube-shaped, ring-like segmented worm found in the phylum Annelida. They are commonly found living in soil, feeding on live and organic matter. They are also called nightcrawlers are so named because they are usually seen feeding above ground at night. They burrow during typically keeping close to the surface-capable of digging down as deep as 6.5 feet (2 meters).
Earthworms’ first segment contains its mouth. As they burrow, they consume soil, absorbing nutrients from decomposing organic matter like leaves and roots. They are vital to soil health because they transport nutrients and minerals from below to the surface via their waste, and their tunnels aerate the ground. An earthworm can eat up to one-third of its body weight in a day
Earthworms are a source of food for many animals like birds, rats, and toads, and are frequently used in residential composting and as bait in commercial and recreational fishing] (কেঁচো): 
Ø Phylum / ˈfaɪləm / (ˈপাম্) n [a group onto which animals, plants, etc. are divided, smaller than a kingdom and larger than a class] (<জীববিদ্যা> প্রাণীবর্গ বা উদ্ভিদবর্গের প্রধান বিভাগ):
Ø Organic / ɔːrˈgænɪk / (ওরˈগ্যানিক্‌) adj [being or coming from living plants and animals] (জৈব): Add plenty of organic matter to improve the soil. Organic vegetables/wine etc.
Ø Burrow / ˈbɜːroʊ / (ˈবা্‌রৌ) v {+ adv. / prep.} [to make a hole or tunnel in the ground, especially to live in] (<গর্ত>খোঁড়া): Earthworms burrow deep into the soil.
       <SYN> Dig
Ø Absorb / əbˈsɔːrb / (ˈছোর্ব্‌) v {Pt. Pp. absorbed / əbˈsɔːrbd / (ˈছোর্ব্‌)} [to take in a liquid, gas, or other substance from the surface or space around] (শুষে নেওয়া): Plants absorb nutrients from the soil.
Ø Decompose / ˌdiːkəmˈpoʊz / (ˌডিকˈপৌজ্‌) v [to be destroyed gradually by natural chemical processes] (পাচানো; গলা; গলানো): As the waste materials decompose, they produce methane gas. A decomposed body
Ø Aerate / ˈereɪt / (ˈএরে) v [to make it possible for air to become mixed with soil, water, etc.] (বাতাস চলাচল করানো; বায়বায়িত করা): Earthworms help to aerate the soil. Earthworms do the important job of aerating the soil.
Ø Segment / ˈsegmənt / (ˈছেগমন্ট্‌) v [to divide something into different parts] (বিভক্ত করা/হওয়া; ভাগ/খণ্ড করা): The worm has a segmented body (=with different sections joined together).
Ø Compost / ˈkɑːmpoʊst / (ˈকাঃম্‌পৌছট্‌) n [a mixture of decayed plants, food, etc. that can be added to soil to help plants grow] (জৈব সার):
Ø Bait / beɪt / (বে) n [food put on a hook to catch fishes or in nets, traps, etc. to catch animals or birds] (টোপ; প্রলোভন): Live earthworms are used as bait. The fish took the bait. We put down some poisoned bait to kill the rats.

maggot creature worm

Maggot / ˈmægət / (ˈম্যাগট্‌) n [a creature like a soft-bodied legless, small worm, that is the young form of a fly and especially is found in decaying meat and other food. Maggots are often used as bait on a hook to catch fish] (গু-পোকা):

Ø Decay / dɪˈkeɪ / (ডিˈকে) v {Pt. Pp. decayed / dɪˈkeɪd / (ডিˈকেড্‌)} [to be destroyed gradually by natural processes; to destroy Sth in this way] (খারাপ/ক্ষয়প্রাপ্ত হওয়া পচে যাওয়া): decaying leaves/teeth/food
          <SYN> Rot
Ø Hook / hʊk / (হূক্‌) n [a curved piece of metal, plastic, or wire for hanging things on, catching fish with, etc.] (আকশি; বড়শি): a fish hook

caterpillar creature, worm

Caterpillar / ˈkætərpɪlər / (ˈক্যাটর্পিলর্‌) n [the larva of a butterfly or moth, having a segmented wormlike body with three pairs of true legs and several pairs of the leg like appendages. They may be hairy, with coloration, or be colored to resemble their surroundings. They eat the leaves of plants] (শুঁয়া পোকা; আঁচা):    
Ø Appendage / əˈpendɪdʒ / (ˈপেনডিজ্‌) n [something which exists as a smaller and less important part of something large] (কোনো বৃহত্তর বস্তুর অপ্রোজনিয় অঙ্গ; উপাঙ্গ): The two appendages hanging from the insect’s mouth are used to detect and taste the food.
Ø Hairy / ˈheri / (ˈহেরি) adj [covered with a lot of hair] (ছোট ছোট চুলে ঢাকা; লোমশ): plants with hairy stems

Ø Coloration / ˌkʌləˈreɪʃn / (ˌকালˈরেশন্‌) n [the natural colors and patterns on a plant or an animal] (গাছ বা প্রাণীর প্রকৃতির সঙ্গে মিলে যাওয়া রং থাকা; রঙকরণ):

mealworm creatures

Mealworm / ˈmiːlwɜːrm / (ˈমীলওআঃর্ম্‌) n [the larva of a darkling beetle, which is widely fed to captive birds and other insectivorous animals] (ভোকীড়া):
Ø Captive / ˈkæptɪv / (ˈক্যাপ্‌টিভ্‌) adj [kept as a prisoner or in a confined space; unable to escape] (বন্দী<মানুষ বা পশু>): captive animals
Ø Insectivorous / ˌɪnsekˈtɪvərəs / (ˌন্‌ছেকˈটিভছ্‌) adj [any animals that eat insects] (পোকামাকড় খেকো প্রানী):

larva worm
Larva / ˈlɑːrvə / (ˈলাঃর্ভ) n [a form of an insect or an animal such as a frog that has left its egg but is not yet completely developed and looks like a short fat worm] (শূককীট্‌):
Ø Frog / frɔːg / (ফ্রোগ্‌) n [a small reptile with smooth skin that lives both on land and in water] (ব্যাঙ): Frogs makes a low noise called a croak.

snail creature
Snail / sneɪl / (স্নেল্‌) n [a snail is a common name for a kind of mollusk. The term is used for a gastropod with a coiled shell. The term “snail” is also sometimes used for aquatic snail-like gastropods, which usually have gills. Snails can be found in a very wide range of environments, including ditches, deserts, and the abyssal depths of the sea. Although land snails may be more familiar to people, marine snails constitute the majority of snail species and have much greater diversity and a greater biomass. Numerous kinds of snails can also be found in freshwater. Land snails are nocturnal animals and move to food and partners in the late evening or at night. They prefer a damp, but the not wet environment and bury themselves for up to two weeks in hot and dry phases. Their enemies are birds and mammals like mice and similar predators normally. There are also many water snails. Some of them live in rivers or freshwater, but most are resident in oceans ground.
Ocean snails are colorful, so they can be pink, blue, red, gray, yellow, and also with many other colors. The colors protect them because these colors scare the potential enemy away. Water snails are not as active as land snails in general, but they mostly do not distinguish different daytimes] (শামুক): Snail moves very slowly and often eats garden plants, some types of snail can be eaten.
Ø <IDM> At a snail’s pace [very slowly] (অত্যন্ত ধীরে, শম্বুক গতিতে):

Ø Ditch / dɪtʃ / (ডিচ্‌) n [a long narrow open hole dug into the ground usually at the side of a road or field, which is used especially for supplying or removing water or for dividing land] (জল-যাতায়াতের খাল; ডোবা): The car left the road and ended up in a ditch.
Ø Abyss / əˈbɪs / (ˈবিছ্‌) n [a very deep wide space or hole that seems to have no bottom] (পাতাল; অতল গহ্বর; রসাতল): The country is stepping back from the edge of an abyss.
 Abyssal / əˈbɪsl / (ˈবিছল্‌) adj [relating to the bottom of the ocean, especially to depths of between 3000 and 6000 meters] (অতল; সমুদ্রতলস্থ): abyssal marine life
Ø Constitute / ˈkɑːnstətuːt / (ˈকাঃনছটটুট্‌) v [to form or make something] (গঠন করা): Women constitute about 10% of parliament.
Ø Biomass / ˈbaɪoʊmæs / (ˈবাওম্যাছ্‌) n [the total quantity or mass of plants and animals in a particular area or volume] (কোনো নির্দিষ্ট স্থানের সমগ্র জীবসমষ্টি; জৈববস্তুপুঞ্জ):
Ø Bury / ˈ beri / (ˈবেরি) v {Pt. Pp. buried / ˈ berid / (ˈবেরিড্‌)} [to hide Sth in the ground] (পুঁতা; মাটির নীচে রাখা; মাটি চাপা দেওয়া): The dog had buried its bone in the garden.

1. Periwinkle
Periwinkle / ˈperiwɪŋkl / (ˈপেরিউইংকল) n {UK Also winkle} 1. [a small shellfish, like a snail, that can be eaten] (গেঁড়ি শামুক):

2. Periwinkle
2. Periwinkle / ˈperiwɪŋkl / (ˈপেরিউইংকল) n {Also Bright eyes, Cape periwinkle} [a small evergreen plant (= one that never loses its leaves) with small, blue flowers that grows along the ground] (নয়নতারা):

slug worm
Slug / slʌg / (স্লাগ্‌) n [a small, usually black or brown creature with a long soft body and no arms or legs, that moves very slowly and often eats garden plants, like a snail but with no shell] (<উদ্যানকীট> উদকীট):

scorpion creature
Scorpion / ˈskɔːrpiən / (ˈস্কোর্পিন্‌) n [they are members of the class Arachnidan and are closely related to spiders, mites, and ticks. They have eight/six legs and are easily recognized by the pair of grasping and the narrow, segmented tail, often carried in a characteristic forward curve over their back and ending with a venomous sting. Scorpions range in size from 9mm to 20mm. their body is covered by an exoskeleton which gives them good protection.
Scorpions are generally nocturnal creatures meaning that they spend the day under rocks and in crevices and then come out to hunt in the safety of darkness. They paralyze their prey using the venomous sting on the end of their tail so that the scorpion can eat it without trouble. It also has two large claws or pincers which are located at the front of the body. The claws help them to effectively hold onto prey in order to both sting it and then eat it. Their stings are painful but are usually harmless] (বৃশ্চিক; <কাঁকড়া> বিছা):
Ø Grasp / græsp / (গ্র্যাস্প্‌) v {Pt. Pp. grasped / græspt / (গ্র্যাস্প্‌ট্‌)} [to take a firm hold of Sb/Sth] (শক্ত করে ধরা; আঁকড়ে ধরা): Raju suddenly grasped my hand.
      <SYN> Grip
Ø Venomous / ˈvenəməs / (ˈভেনছ্‌) adj [(of a snake, etc.) producing venom] (বিষধর; বিষাক্ত): a venomous snake

animal sting
Ø Sting / stɪŋ / (স্টিঙ্‌) n [the sharply pointed part of an insect or creature that can go into the skin leaving a small, painful and sometimes poisonous wound] (হুল): The scorpion has a sting in its tail.
Ø Exoskeleton / ˈeksoʊskelɪtn / (ˈএকছৌস্কেলিটন্‌) n [a hard outer layer that covers, supports, and protects the body of the certain creature, such as insects] (বহিঃআবরন):
Ø Crevice / ˈkrevɪs / (ˈক্রেভিছ্‌) n [a narrow crack or space, especially in a rock or wall] (<পাথর বা দেয়ালের> ফাটল; ছিদ্র; ফুকর): Most of the year the insects are hidden in rock crevices.
animal claw
Ø Claw / klɔː / (ক্লো) n [a long, sharp, curved part of the body of some types of insects and sea creatures, used for catching and holding things] (<কাঁকড়া, চিংড়ি প্রভৃতির সাঁড়াশির ন্যায়>দাঁড়া; নখরযুক্ত পা): Keep your fingers away from the crab’s claws when you pick it up.
    <SYN> Pincer  
Ø Locate / ˈloʊkeɪt / (ˈলৌকেইট্‌) v [to be a particular place] (<কোনো নির্দিষ্ট স্থানে>অবস্থিত হওয়া): Our office is located in the City Centre.

centipede creature

Centipede / ˈsentɪpiːd / (ˈছেনটিপীড্‌) n [the centipede is a speedy, carnivorous, invertebrate that is found generally around the world. The bite of the centipede also contains venom which means that the centipede kills its prey before eating it. They have a rounded and flattened head, bearing a pair of antennae at the forward margin. They have a pair of lengthening jawbones, and two pairs of maxillae. They have between 5 and 173 segments, but only one pair of legs per segment. They have normally between 15 and 30 pairs of legs in total.
A centipede can be found worldwide. They can range in size from a few millimeters to 30cm long. They have a bite that will be painful to humans but not fatal unless the human is allergic.
The centipede is one of the most dominant predators of the insect world, having claws on their first, body segment is one of the centipede’s noticeable traits. They are carnivorous animal and is, therefore, pure meat-eater. They mainly prey on insects, spiders, earthworms, and other small invertebrates] (বিচ্ছু; বিছে): Centipede kills their prey by injecting venom into them with a large pair of fangs.
Ø Carnivore / ˈkɑːrnɪvɔːr / (কাঃর্নিভোর্‌) n [any animal that eats meat] (মাংসাশী <পশু>): Lions and tigers are carnivores  
<ADJ> Carnivorous / ˈkɑːrnɪvərəs / (ˈকার্নীভছ্‌) adj [] (মাংসখেকো): a carnivorous diet
Ø Venom / ˈvenəm / (ˈভেনম্‌) n [a poisonous liquid which some snakes, insects, etc. produce when biting or stinging] (বিষ, গরল): Snake venoms work in several ways.
Ø Flatten / ˈflætn / (ˈফ্ল্যাটন্‌) v {Pt. Pp. flattened / ˈflætnd / (ˈফ্ল্যাটন্ড্‌)} [to become or make Sth become flat or flatter] (চেপ্টা করা/হওয়া): The cookies will flatten slightly while cooking.

animal antenna
Ø Antenna / ænˈtenə / (এ্যানˈটেন) n {Pl, Antennae} [either of two long thin parts that are found on the heads of insects, used to feel and touch things with] (কীট-পতঙ্গ চিংড়ি জাতীয় প্রাণীর মাথায় যুক্ত স্পর্শসন্ধানী সুঙ্গ; শুঁয়া):

<SYN> Feeler
Ø Margin / ˈmɑːrdʒən / (ˈমার্জন্‌) n [the outer edge of an area] (কিনারা; প্রান্ত): The plant tends to grow in the lighter margins of woodland areas.
Ø Lengthen / ˈleŋθən / (ˈলেঙ্‌থন্‌) v {Pt. Pp. lengthened / ˈleŋθənd / (ˈলেঙ্‌থন্ড্‌)} [to become longer; to make Sth longer] (দীর্ঘ বা দীর্ঘায়িত করা; প্রসারিত করা/হওয়া): I will have to lengthen this clothes.

jawbone, mandible

Ø Jawbone / ˈdʒɔːboʊn / (ˈজোবৌন্‌) n [the bone that forms the lower jaw] (<প্রানীর মুখের>নীচের চোয়ালের হাড়):
<SYN> Mandible
Ø Maxilla / mækˈsɪlə / (ম্যাকˈছিল) n [the jaw or jawbone, specifically the upper jaw in most vertebrates. In humans, it also forms part of the nose and eye socket] (চোয়ালের হাড়):
Ø Bite / baɪt / (বা) n [a wound made by an animal or insect] (কামড়; দংশনের ফলে আঘাত; কামড়ের বিষ): Dog bites can get infected. He finished the mango in one bite. Her face was swollen with mosquito bites.
Ø Dominant / ˈdɑːmɪnənt / (ˈডাঃমিননট্‌) adj [more important, powerful or noticeable than anything else of the same type] (কর্তৃত্বময়; প্রতাপশালী; প্রবল): Unemployment will be a dominant issue at the next election.
Ø Trait / treɪt / (ট্রে) n [a particular quality that can produce a particular type of behavior] (চারিত্রিক বিশিষ্ট): personality traits

leech worm

Leech / liːtʃ / (লীচ) n [leeches are a kind of worm, that live in wet places. They do not have bristles and the external segmentation of their bodies. They have two suckers, one at each end. They attach themselves to other creatures and suck their blood] (জোঁক): Leeches were used in the past by doctors to remove blood from sick people.
Ø Bristle / ˈbrɪsl / (ˈব্রিছল্‌) n [a short stiff hair, usually one of many] (ছোটলোম; ক্ষুদ্র শক্ত লোম): The old woman had a few grey bristles sprouting from her chin.

Ø Suck / sʌk / (ছাক্‌) v {Pt. Pp. sucked / sʌkt / (ছাক্ট্‌)} [to take/pull in liquid or air through your mouth without using your teeth, but by using the muscles of your lips] (চোষা; চুষে নেওয়া): He was noisily sucking up through a straw.
Ø Sucker / ˈsʌkər / (ˈছাকর্‌) n [a special organ on the body of some animals that enables them to stick to a surface] (চোষক): The leech has a sucker at each end of its body.

millipede creature
Millipede / ˈmɪlɪpiːd / (ˈমিলিপীড্‌) n [millipede are a very long type of arthropod. They are segmented. Most have between 20 to over 1oo segments and have flattened bodies. Except for the first few segments, each segment has 2 pairs of legs, as a result of each segment is the fusing of two] (অসংখ্য পা-ওয়ালা কীটসদৃশ ক্ষুদ্রপ্রাণী বিশেষ; কেন্নো):
Ø Arthropod / ˈɑːrθrəpɑːd / (ˈআঃর্থ্রপাঃড্‌) n [(biology) an invertebrate animal such as an insect, spider, or crab that has its skeleton on the outside of its body and has joints on its legs] ():

Worm & Worm-like Creatures Names Meaning & Images

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