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File:Aedes aegypti biting human.jpg

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Spanish mosquito (small fly), from mosca (fly), + diminutive suffix -ito, from Latin musca

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Mosquito

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Mosquitos or mosquitoes

Mosquito (plural Mosquitos or mosquitoes)
  1. A small flying insect of the family Culicidae, known for biting and sucking blood, leaving an itching bump on the skin. However, only the female of the species bites animals and humans. They are known to carry diseases like malaria and yellow fever.

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Mosquito m. (plural Mosquitos)

  1. mosquito

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Diminutive of mosca

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Mosquito m. (plural Mosquitos)

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Mosquito m.

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Mosquitos m.

  1. Mosquito; small fly

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