Agriochoerus

noun Ag·ri·o·choe·rus \ˌa-grē-ō-ˈkir-əs\

Definition of Agriochoerus

  1. :  a genus (the type of the family Agriochoeridae) of extinct Oligocene artiodactyl mammals of North America that resemble pigs and have four-toed clawed feet — see oreodont

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Origin and Etymology of agriochoerus

New Latin, from agrio- + -choerus


First Known Use: 1873


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