seps

noun \ˈseps\

Definition of seps

plural

seps

  1. :  a lizard of an Old World genus (Chalcides synonym Seps) of the family Scincidae having a snakelike body, very small legs, and smooth overlapping scales, and regarded as poisonous by the ancients

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Origin and Etymology of seps

Latin, from Greek sēps; akin to Greek sēpsis decay


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