[ik-thee-uh-sawr] /ˈɪk θi əˌsɔr/
any fishlike marine reptile of the extinct order Ichthyosauria, ranging from 4 to 40 feet (1.2 to 12 meters) in length and having a round, tapering body, a large head, four paddlelike flippers, and a vertical caudal fin.
noun (pl) -saurs, -sauruses, -sauri (-ˈsɔːraɪ)
any extinct marine Mesozoic reptile of the order Ichthyosauria, which had a porpoise-like body with dorsal and tail fins and paddle-like limbs See also plesiosaur
extinct reptile, 1830, Modern Latin, from Greek ikhthys “fish” + sauros “lizard” (see -saurus).
Any of various extinct sea reptiles of the genus Ichthyosaurus and related genera, that had a medium-sized to large dolphin-like body with a dorsal fin, four flippers, and a large, crescent-shaped tail. The head had a long beak with sharp teeth, large eyes and earbones, and nostrils near the eyes on top of the skull. Ichthyosaurs were most common and diverse in the Triassic and Jurassic Periods and died out well before the end of the Cretaceous.
[ik-thee-oh-sahr-koh-tok-sin] /ˌɪk θi oʊˌsɑr koʊˈtɒk sɪn/ noun 1. a term applied to any poison found in the flesh of poisonous fishes.
[ik-thee-uh-sawr-uh s] /ˌɪk θi əˈsɔr əs/ noun, plural ichthyosauruses. 1. .
- Ichthyosiform erythroderma
ichthyosiform erythroderma ich·thy·o·si·form erythroderma (ĭk’thē-ō’sə-fôrm’) n. Variant of congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma.
[ik-thee-oh-sis] /ˌɪk θiˈoʊ sɪs/ noun, Pathology. 1. a hereditary skin disease in which the epidermis continuously flakes off in large scales or plates. /ˌɪkθɪˈəʊsɪs/ noun 1. a congenital disease in which the skin is coarse, dry, and scaly Also called xeroderma Nontechnical name fishskin disease n. 1815, Modern Latin, from Greek ikhthys “fish” + -osis. […]