Dictionary of the word “Dinocras”

Meaning of the word

The word “dinocras” refers to an extinct genre of ungulated mammals that lived during the eocene period, about 40 to 35 million years ago. These animals were characterized by having prey horns, similar to those of the rhino.

Origin of the word

The term “Dinocras” originates from ancient Greek, consisting of the words “dinos”, which means “terrible” or “scary”, and “keras”, which means “horn”. Therefore, the name refers to the impressive horns of these prehistoric animals.

Word adverbs

There are no specific adverbs related to the word “dinoceras”.

Conjunctions of the word

There are no specific conjunctions related to the word “dinocera”.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms for “dinhocera” may be: “mammal with prey-shaped horns”, “prehistoric animal with frightening horns” or “ungulated eocene period with impressive horns.”

Word Definitions

  1. Extinct gender of bolted mammals with prey -shaped horns.
  2. Prehistoric animal of the eocene period with scary horns.

Phrases that the word applies

1. The dinhocers were impressive animals with their prey horns.

2. During the eocene period, the dinhocers dominated the landscape with their scary appearance.

Examples of the word in text

Dinocters were herbivorous mammals that inhabited dense and humid forests. Their unique appearance, with prey horns, made them feared by other animals of the time.

Rhymes with the word

Words that rhyme with “dinocras”: beasts, spheres, waits, chimeras, ivy, wines.

Anagrams with the word

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