secodont

adjective
sec·odont | \ ˈsekəˌdänt \

Definition of secodont 

: of, relating to, or having teeth adapted for cutting

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History and Etymology for secodont

International Scientific Vocabulary sec- (from Latin secare to cut) + -odont

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