plural noun
Sim·​plici·​den·​ta·​ta | \ simˌplisəˌden‧ˈtätə, -tātə\

Definition of Simplicidentata

in former classifications
: a suborder of Rodentia coextensive with the order as now limited — compare lagomorpha

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History and Etymology for Simplicidentata

New Latin, from Latin simplic-, simplex simple + -i- + dentata, neuter plural of dentatus toothed

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