Rectirostral
Rectirostral Rec`ti*ros"tral (r?k`t?*r?s"tral), a. [Recti- + rostral.] (Zo["o]l.) Having a straight beak. [1913 Webster]

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  • rectirostral — |rektə+ adjective Etymology: rect + Latin rostrum beak + English al more at rostrum : having a straight beak * * * /rek teuh ros treuhl/, adj. (of a bird) having a straight bill. [RECTI + ROSTRAL] * * * rectirostral /rek ti rosˈtrəl/ adjective (L …   Useful english dictionary

  • rectirostral — /rek teuh ros treuhl/, adj. (of a bird) having a straight bill. [RECTI + ROSTRAL] * * * …   Universalium

  • rectirostral — rec·ti·rostral …   English syllables

  • rectirostral —   a. having straight beak …   Dictionary of difficult words

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