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ferae definition

  • noun-plural:
    • a small grouping of animals which formerly included the Carnivora, Insectivora, Marsupialia, and lemurs, but is today frequently limited to the Carnivora.
    • several mammals which formerly included the Carnivora, Insectivora, Marsupialia, and lemurs, it is today usually limited to the Carnivora.
    • a team of mammals which formerly included the Carnivora, Insectivora, Marsupialia, and lemurs, it is today usually limited to the Carnivora.
    • A group of mammals which previously included the Carnivora, Insectivora, Marsupialia, and lemurs, it is today often restricted to the Carnivora.
    • a small grouping of mammals which formerly included the Carnivora, Insectivora, Marsupialia, and lemurs, but is now frequently restricted to the Carnivora.
  • others:
    • Wild animals. See feræ naturæ, below.
    • [capitalized] within the Linnean system of classification (1766), the 3rd order of Mammalia, containing the ten Linnean genera Phoca, Canis, Felis, Viverra, Mustela, Ursus, Didelphys, Talpa, Sorex, and Erinaceus.
    • An order of Mammalia, the Carnivora of authors.
    • Wild animals. See feræ naturæ, the following.
    • Wild animals. See feræ naturæ, below.
    • [capitalized] into the Linnean system of classification (1766), the 3rd order of Mammalia, containing the ten Linnean genera Phoca, Canis, Felis, Viverra, Mustela, Ursus, Didelphys, Talpa, Sorex, and Erinaceus.
    • [capitalized] when you look at the Linnean system of category (1766), the 3rd purchase of Mammalia, containing the ten Linnean genera Phoca, Canis, Felis, Viverra, Mustela, Ursus, Didelphys, Talpa, Sorex, and Erinaceus.
    • An order of Mammalia, the Carnivora of authors.
    • An order of Mammalia, the Carnivora of authors.
    • Wild animals. See feræ naturæ, below.
    • [capitalized] In the Linnean system of category (1766), the next purchase of Mammalia, containing the ten Linnean genera Phoca, Canis, Felis, Viverra, Mustela, Ursus, Didelphys, Talpa, Sorex, and Erinaceus.
    • An order of Mammalia, the Carnivora of writers.
    • wildlife. See feræ naturæ, here.
    • [capitalized] In the Linnean system of classification (1766), the next purchase of Mammalia, containing the ten Linnean genera Phoca, Canis, Felis, Viverra, Mustela, Ursus, Didelphys, Talpa, Sorex, and Erinaceus.
    • An order of Mammalia, the Carnivora of writers.
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