cuniculus definition

  • noun:
    • A burrow or low underground passageway
    • A burrow when you look at the skin produced by a mite
    • In archœol., a small underground passageway; particularly, one of several underground drains which formed a detailed community for the Roman Campagna and particular other districts of Italy.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] A genus of lemmings, associated with the family Muridœ and subfamily Arvicolinœ: so called as the animals some exactly what resemble small rabbits.
    • In medicine, a burrow of an itch-insectin skin.
    • pacas
    • A burrow or low underground passageway
    • A burrow into the skin produced by a mite
    • In archœol., a tiny underground passageway; specifically, the underground drains which formed an in depth community throughout the Roman Campagna and particular other districts of Italy.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] A genus of lemmings, of family members Muridœ and subfamily Arvicolinœ: so-called because the pets some exactly what resemble little rabbits.
    • In medicine, a burrow of an itch-insectin your skin.
    • pacas

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