Ornithichnite Or`nith*ich"nite, n. [Ornitho- + Gr. 'i`chnos track.] (Paleon.) The footmark of a bird occurring in strata of stone. --Hitchcock. [1913 Webster]

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  • ornithichnite — or·nith·ichnite …   English syllables

  • ornithichnite — |ȯ(r)nəth+ noun Etymology: ornith + ichnite : the fossil footprint of a bird …   Useful english dictionary

  • ornith- — combining form or ornitho Etymology: Latin, from Greek, from ornith , ornis : bird ornithichnite ornithography …   Useful english dictionary

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