Carnaria

plural noun
Car·nar·ia | \ kärˈna(a)rēə \

Definition of Carnaria 

in old classifications

: an order of mammals including the Carnivora, Insectivora, Chiroptera, and carnivorous marsupials

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History and Etymology for Carnaria

New Latin, from Latin carn-, caro flesh + New Latin -aria

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