a snake or serpent
Origin of ophidian; from Modern Latin Ophidia, former name of the suborder Serpentes (; from Classical Greek ophis): see ophiolatry + -an
of or like a snake
Of, relating to, or resembling a snake or the snakes.
Origin of ophidianFrom New Latin Ophidia, suborder name, from Greek ophis, snake.
(comparative more ophidian, superlative most ophidian)
From Latin ophidia, from Ancient Greek á½„Ï†Î¹Ï‚ (ophis, “snake") +"Ž -ian