Definition of tichorrhine
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Origin and Etymology of tichorrhine
New Latin tichorhinus (specific epithet of the woolly rhinoceros Rhinoceros tichorhinus), from Greek teichos wall + New Latin -rhinus; from the vertical bony septum forming a supporting wall for the nose
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