Squamate Squa"mate (skw[=a]"m[asl]t), Squamated Squa"ma*ted (-m[asl]*t[e^]d), a. [L. squamatus.] Same as {Squamose}. [1913 Webster]

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  • squamate — ● squamate nom masculin (latin squamatus, écailleux) Reptile au corps recouvert d écailles, possédant une fente cloacale transversale, tels que les lézards ou lacertiliens et les serpents ou ophidiens. ● squamate (synonymes) nom masculin (latin… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • squamate — [skwā′māt΄] adj. [LL squamatus < L squama, a scale] having or covered with scales; scaly …   English World dictionary

  • Squamate — Squamata Squamates …   Wikipédia en Français

  • squamate — noun Etymology: ultimately from Late Latin squamatus scaly, from Latin squama Date: 1968 any of an order (Squamata) of reptiles including the snakes and lizards and related extinct forms • squamate adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • squamate — См. squamiform …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • squamate — /skway mayt/, adj. provided or covered with squamae or scales; scaly. [1820 30; < LL squamatus. See SQUAMA, ATE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • squamate — noun Any reptile of the order Squamata …   Wiktionary

  • squamate — squa·mate (skwaґmāt) 1. scaly. 2. squamous (def. 2) …   Medical dictionary

  • squamate — squa·mate || skweɪmeɪt adj. scaly, covered with horny scales …   English contemporary dictionary

  • squamate — a.; (also squamated) Scaly. See squamose …   New dictionary of synonyms

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