Batrachian meaning

bə-trākē-ən
Of, like, or concerning frogs and toads.
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An amphibian, especially a frog, or, in some classifications, a frog or a salamander but not a caecilian.
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A frog or toad.
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An amphibian, especially a frog, or, in some classifications, a frog or a salamander but not a caecilian.
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Relating to tailless amphibians, such as frogs and toads.
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A frog or toad.
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Pertaining to a frog or toad.
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Origin of batrachian

  • From Greek batrakhos frog

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From modern Latin Batrachia, former name of the zoological order Anura, from Greek βατραχεια, neuter plural of adjective from βατραχος ‘frog’.

    From Wiktionary