[kree-uh-dont] /ˈkri əˌdɒnt/
any of a diverse group of extinct predatory mammals, from the Paleocene to Pleistocene epochs, that constituted the suborder Creodonta, of the order Carnivora, developing along evolutionary lines somewhat parallel to those of the ancestors of modern carnivores and typically having a stocky, doglike body and a long, low skull.
any of a group of extinct Tertiary mammals some of which are thought to have been the ancestors of modern carnivores: order Carnivora
Any of various extinct carnivorous mammals of the order Creodonta of the Paleocene to the Pliocene Epochs. Creodonts had long, low skulls with crests to which chewing muscles were attached. They were the dominant carnivorous mammals for millions of years, and were once believed to be ancestral to modern carnivores.
[kree-ohl] /ˈkri oʊl/ noun 1. a person born in the West Indies or Spanish America but of European, usually Spanish, ancestry. 2. a person born in Louisiana but of usually French ancestry. 3. (sometimes lowercase) a person of mixed black and European, especially French or Spanish, ancestry who speaks a form of French or Spanish. […]
noun, Linguistics. 1. a range of language varieties in an area undergoing decreolization showing a continuous gradation from forms more like the underlying creole to those approaching the standard language.
[kree-ohl-fish] /ˈkri oʊlˌfɪʃ/ noun, plural creole-fishes (especially collectively) creole-fish. 1. a deep-sea , Paranthias furcifer, of the sea bass family, inhabiting tropical Atlantic waters.
noun, New Orleans. 1. .