plural noun Ra·so·res \rəˈsōr(ˌ)ēz\

Definition of Rasores

in former classifications

  1. :  an order of birds comprising the Gallinae and the Columbae or coextensive with Gallinae

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Origin and Etymology of rasores

New Latin, from Late Latin, plural of rasor one that scrapes, from Latin rasus (past participle of radere to scrape, shave) + -or — more at rat

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capable of being understood in two ways

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