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docoglossate (adjective; Greek dokos, main beam; glossa, tongue): (Mollusca: Gastropoda) Pertaining to the long radula containing a few strong teeth (up to 12) per transverse row; median radular tooth may be lacking or fused with lateral teeth to form a strong median tooth; marginal and lateral teeth, when present, are uncinate.