felid

[fee-lid]

Origin of felid

1890–95; < New Latin Felidae; see Felis, -id2
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felid

[fēlĭd]
  1. Any of various carnivorous mammals of the family Felidae, which includes the domesticated cat and big cats such as lions, tigers, panthers, lynxes, leopards, pumas, and cheetahs.
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