Cursores

plural noun Cur·so·res \ ˌkərˈsōr(ˌ)ēz \

Definition of Cursores

1 in some especially former classifications :any of certain groups of long-legged birds
2 in some especially former classifications :a group consisting of the wolf spiders and other forms that make no web but pursue their prey

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Origin and Etymology of cursores

New Latin, from Latin, plural of cursor runner


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