Origin of colubridfrom Modern Latin Colubridae from Classical Latin coluber: see colubrine
any of a large, worldwide family (Colubridae) of generally nonpoisonous snakes, including garter snakes, racers, and kingsnakes
of or having to do with this family
Any of numerous, widely distributed, chiefly nonvenomous snakes of the family Colubridae, which includes the king snakes, garter snakes, and water snakes.
Origin of colubridFrom New Latin Colubridae family name from Latin coluber colubr- snake