adjective Neo·gae·an \¦nēə¦jēən\
variants: or



Definition of Neogaean

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Origin and Etymology of neogaean

New Latin Neogaea, Neogea, biogeographic region that is coextensive with the neotropical biogeographic region and is regarded as one of three primary biogeographic realms (from ne- + -gaea) + English -an

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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