Clamatores

plural noun
Clam·​a·​to·​res | \ ˌklaməˈtōr(ˌ)ēz\

Definition of Clamatores

in some classifications
: a suborder or superfamily of Passeriformes nearly coextensive with the modern suborder Tyranni

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History and Etymology for Clamatores

New Latin, from Latin, plural of clamator bawler, from clamatus, past participle of clamare + -or

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