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Chaetognatha also chaetognaths (noun, plural; Greek chaite, hair; gnathos, jaw): A phylum of free-living planktonic or benthic animals, commonly called arrowworms, having an elongated more or less translucent body with large grasping spines at the head and a posterior horizontal tail fin.