[krok-uh-dil-ee-uh n] /ˌkrɒk əˈdɪl i ən/
any reptile of the order Crocodylia, comprising the true and the alligators, caimans, and gavials.
of, like, or pertaining to a .
any large predatory reptile of the order Crocodilia, which includes the crocodiles, alligators, and caymans. They live in or near water and have a long broad snout, powerful jaws, a four-chambered heart, and socketed teeth
of, relating to, or belonging to the Crocodilia
of, relating to, or resembling a crocodile
Any of various semiaquatic reptiles of the order Crocodilia, including the alligators, crocodiles, caimans, and gavials. Crocodilians are squat, massive, and lizardlike, with long, powerful jaws, long, heavy tails, short legs, and thick, plated skin. Like dinosaurs, crocodilians are archosaurs, and their closest modern relatives are the birds.
[kroh-koh-ahyt, krok-oh-] /ˈkroʊ koʊˌaɪt, ˈkrɒk oʊ-/ noun 1. a yellow, orange, or red mineral, lead chromate, PbCrO 4 , formed by replacement. /ˈkrəʊkəʊˌaɪt/ noun 1. a rare orange secondary mineral consisting of lead chromate in monoclinic crystalline form. Formula: PbCrO4 Also called red-lead ore
/krəˈkɒzmɪə/ noun 1. any plant of the cormous S. African genus Crocosmia, including the plant known to gardeners as montbretia: family Iridaceae
[kroh-kuh s] /ˈkroʊ kəs/ noun, plural crocuses. 1. any of the small, bulbous plants of the genus Crocus, of the iris family, cultivated for their showy, solitary flowers, which are among the first to bloom in the spring. 2. the flower or bulb of the crocus. 3. a deep yellow; orangish yellow; saffron. 4. Also […]
noun, Southern U.S. (chiefly South Atlantic States) . 1. a burlap bag.