syncranterian

adjective syn·cran·te·ri·an \¦sinˌkran‧¦tirēən, ¦siŋˌk-\
variants: less commonly

syncranteric

\-terik\

Definition of syncranterian

  1. :  having the teeth in a continuous row — compare diacranterian

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Origin and Etymology of syncranterian

syn- + Greek krantēres wisdom teeth + English -ian or -ic


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