Suina

plural noun Su·ina \süˈīnə, -ˈēnə\

Definition of Suina

  1. :  a division of Artiodactyla (suborder Suiformes) that comprises the swine, peccaries, and closely related extinct forms and is occasionally enlarged so that it becomes almost exactly coextensive with Suiformes

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Origin and Etymology of suina

New Latin, from Latin sus swine, hog + New Latin -ina


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