Dictionary of the word “dinornitida”

Meaning of the word

The word “dinornide” refers to an extinct family of non -flying birds, known as hills. These birds were native to New Zealand and were extinguished around the seventeenth century.

Origin of the word

The term “dinornitide” originates in the ancient Greek, being formed by the junction of the words “deinos” (meaning “terrible” or “formidable”) and “organ” (meaning “bird”).

Word adverbs

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

Conjunctions of the word

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

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms for “dinornitida” are: hills, non -flying birds of New Zealand.

Word Definitions

  1. Extinct family of non -flying birds from New Zealand.
  2. Group of giant birds that inhabited New Zealand to the 17th century.

Phrases that the word applies

1. Dinornite fossils are important to understand the history of New Zealand’s fauna.

2. The dinornites were herbivorous birds and had an impressive size.

Examples of the word in text

The fossils of dinornitids found in the region revealed valuable information about prehistoric fauna.

Scientists study the remains of the dinornitids to better understand the evolution of birds.

Rhymes with the word

1. Açorinida

2. Alcinida

3. Anserinid

Anagrams with the word


2. Diantinirid


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