- A mythical serpent having a head at each end of their body.
- A mythical serpent having a head at each and every end of the human anatomy, capable move around in either way.
- A genus of lizards, indigenous to the Americas, having extremities that are quite similar.
- A fabled serpent with a head at each and every end, moving either way.
- A genus of benign lizards, serpentlike in type, without feet, sufficient reason for both stops such alike they seem to have a head at each, and power to go regardless. See Illustration in Appendix.
- the perfect venomous serpent designed to have a head at each and every end and also to be able to relocate either way.
- [capitalized] [NL.] A genus of lizards distinguished because of the obtuseness associated with the head-and-tail, typical associated with family members Amphisbænidæ.
- (traditional mythology) a serpent with a head at each and every end of its human anatomy
- kind genus of this Amphisbaenidae
Sentence for "amphisbaena"
- The amphisbaena is a two-headed lizard…
Hypernym for "amphisbaena"
Variant for "amphisbaena"