or Ne·o·ge·a


Origin of Neogaea

From New Latin; see origin at neo-, Gaea
Related formsNe·o·gae·an, Ne·o·ge·an, Ne·o·gae·al, Ne·o·ge·al, Ne·o·gae·ic, Ne·o·ge·ic, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

British Dictionary definitions for neogaean


  1. of or relating to Neogaea, a zoogeographical area comprising the Neotropical region


  1. a zoogeographical area comprising the Neotropical regionCompare Arctogaea, Notogaea

Word Origin for Neogaea

C19: New Latin, from neo- + Gaea, from Greek gaia earth
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