cervine definition by Webster's New World
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of or like a deer
Origin: Classical Latin cervinus ; from cervus: see cervid
cervine definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Relating to, resembling, or characteristic of deer.
Origin: Latin cervīnus, from cervus, deer; see ker-1 in Indo-European roots.