Meantes

plural noun Me·an·tes \mēˈan‧ˌtēz\

Definition of Meantes

  1. :  a suborder of Caudata comprising neotenous salamanders that have horny jaw sheaths and persistent gills and lack eyelids, maxillae, and hind limbs

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Origin and Etymology of meantes

New Latin, from Latin, plural of meant-, means, present participle of meare to go — more at permeate


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