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Loricata

plural noun Lor·i·ca·ta \ˌlȯrəˈkätə, -ātə\

Definition of Loricata

  1. :  any of several groups of animals with a lorica (as the armadillos or the loricate rotifers)

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Origin and Etymology of loricata

New Latin, from Latin, neuter plural of loricatus


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Loricata

plural noun Lor·i·ca·ta \"\

Definition of Loricata

  1. :  an order of large long-tailed reptiles (as alligators, crocodiles, gavials) having four limbs adapted to swimming or walking, a tough skin stiffened with bony plates and horny epidermal scales, teeth implanted in sockets and confined to the margins of the jaws, the quadrate bone immovably fixed to the skull, and the heart completely four-chambered

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Origin and Etymology of loricata

New Latin, from Latin, neuter plural of loricatus


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Loricata

Lor·i·ca·ta \"\

Definition of Loricata

  1. taxonomic synonym of amphineura

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Origin and Etymology of loricata

New Latin, from Latin, neuter plural of loricatus


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Loricata

Lor·i·ca·ta \"\

Definition of Loricata

  1. taxonomic synonym of palinura

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Origin and Etymology of loricata

New Latin, from Latin, neuter plural of loricatus


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