felid

noun fe·lid \ ˈfē-ləd \
|Updated on: 21 Jul 2018

Definition of felid

: cat 1b

felid

adjective

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Origin and Etymology of felid

New Latin Felidae, family name, from Felis, genus of cats, from Latin, cat


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