batrachian

noun
ba·tra·chi·an | \ bə-ˈtrā-kē-ən \

Definition of batrachian 

: amphibian sense 1 especially : frog, toad

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batrachian adjective

First Known Use of batrachian

1824, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for batrachian

ultimately from Greek batrachos frog

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