noun cam·el·id \ˈka-mə-ˌlid\

Definition of CAMELID

:  any of a family (Camelidae) of 2-toed ruminant artiodactyl mammals having a 3-chambered stomach and including the camels, llamas, and vicuña

Origin of CAMELID

New Latin Camelidae, from Camelus, genus name, from Latin
First Known Use: 1911


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