nemoricole

[ ni-mawr-i-kohl, nem-er-i- ]
/ nɪˈmɔr ɪˌkoʊl, ˈnɛm ər ɪ- /

adjective

living in a grove.

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Also nem·o·ric·o·line [nem-uh-rik-uh-lahyn, -lin], /ˌnɛm əˈrɪk əˌlaɪn, -lɪn/, nem·o·ric·o·lous [nem-uh-rik-uh-luhs]. /ˌnɛm əˈrɪk ə ləs/.

Origin of nemoricole

<Latin nemori- (stem of nemus) grove + -cola;see -colous
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