No·ah's ark • n. 1. the ship in which Noah, his family, and the animals were saved from the Flood, according to the biblical account (Genesis 6–8). 2. a small bivalve mollusk with a boat-shaped shell, found in the Mediterranean and off the Atlantic coasts of Africa and southern Europe. • Arca noae, family Arcidae. See also ark shell at ark.
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