murid

adjective
mu·rid | \ˈmyu̇r-əd \

Definition of murid 

: of or relating to a family (Muridae) comprising the typical mice and rats and often those rodents classified as cricetids

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murid noun

First Known Use of murid

1894, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for murid

ultimately from Latin mur-, mus mouse — more at mouse

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The first known use of murid was in 1894

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murid

noun
mu·rid | \ˈmyu̇r-id \

Medical Definition of murid 

: any rodent of the family Muridae

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