acerous

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[as-er-uh s]
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Origin of acerous

1
First recorded in 1840–50

acerous

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[ey-seer-uh s]
adjective Zoology.
  1. having no antennae.
  2. having no horns.

Origin of acerous

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< Greek akerós, equivalent to a- a-6 + -keros, adj. derivative of kéras horn; see -ous
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Related Words for acerous

acuminate, acute, mucronate, pointy, sharp, acerate, acerose, acerous