plural noun
Cer·a·to·mor·pha | \ˌserətōˈmȯrfə\

Definition of Ceratomorpha 

in some classifications

: a suborder of perissodactylous mammals comprising tapirs, rhinoceroses, and extinct related forms

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New Latin, from cerat- + -morpha

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