adjective Also scar·a·boid [skar-uh-boid] /ˈskær əˌbɔɪd/.
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The scarabaeoid seals were worn as rings in Egypt apparently from the earliest times.
The scarabaeoid in its turn is abandoned for the simple ring stone.
Compare a cornelian fragment, apparently cut from the back of a scarabaeoid, now in the British Museum.
The scarabaeoid proper is a simplification of the scarab, effected by the omission of all details of the beetle.