any one of different usually little tropical and subtropical lizards of the household Gekkonidae, having feet padded with setae containing numerous suction glasses that enable all of them to rise on vertical surfaces.
Any lizard associated with family Gekkonidae. They've been tiny, carnivorous, mainly nocturnal creatures with big eyes and adhesive feet enabling them to rise on vertical surfaces.
Any lizard of the family members Geckonidæ. The geckoes tend to be small, carnivorous, mainly nocturnal animals with huge eyes and straight, elliptical pupils. Their particular feet are usually expanded, and furnished with adhesive disks, in which they could run-over walls and ceilings. These are typically numerous in cozy nations, and some types are found in European countries together with united states of america. See wall gecko, fanfoot.
A lizard of the genus Gecco or family Gecconidæ; a wall-lizard. Additionally gecco, gekko. See Gecconidæ.
[capitalized] [NL.] Just like Gecco.
some of different tiny chiefly tropical and often nocturnal insectivorous terrestrial lizards typically with immovable eyelids; entirely benign