noun ra·nid \ˈra-nəd, ˈrā-\

Definition of RANID

:  any of a large family (Ranidae) of long-legged frogs distinguished by extensively webbed hind feet, horizontal pupils, and a bony sternum

Origin of RANID

ultimately from Latin rana frog
First Known Use: 1888


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