ferae naturae


fe·rae na·tu·rae

adjective \ˈfer-ˌī-nə-ˈtr-ˌī\

Definition of FERAE NATURAE

:  wild by nature and not usually tamed

Origin of FERAE NATURAE

Latin, of a wild nature
First Known Use: circa 1661

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