dolichosaurus

/ (ˌdɒlɪkəʊˈsɔːrəs) /

noun

any of various extinct Cretaceous aquatic reptiles that had long necks and bodies and well-developed limbs

Nearby words

  1. dolichofacial,
  2. dolichol,
  3. dolichopellic,
  4. dolichopellic pelvis,
  5. dolichoprosopic,
  6. dolin,
  7. dolin, sir anton,
  8. doline,
  9. dolium,
  10. doll

Word Origin for dolichosaurus

C20: from Greek, from dolikhos long + -saur

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