Ancient Greek λαβύρινθος (labúrinthos, “labyrinth”) + ὀδών (odṓn, “tooth”).
labyrinthodon (plural labyrinthodons)
- (paleontology) Alternative form of labyrinthodont
- 1941, Ernestine Hill, My Love Must Wait, A&R Classics 2013, p. 35:
- One day they unearthed some bones in a sandhill that Mr Shinglar said were of the labyrinthodon, a great sloth-lizard that roamed in forests submerged for a thousand thousand years.