Definition of Dinocerata
: a small order of primitive ungulate mammals of the Paleocene and Eocene — compare uintatherium
dinocerate\(ˈ)dī¦näsərə̇t, də̇ˈn-\ adjective or noun
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Origin and Etymology of dinocerata
borrowed from New Latin, neuter plural noun based on Dinocerat-, presumed stem of Dinoceras dinoceras
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