Scarabaeoid



adjective, Also, scaraboid
[skar-uh-boid] /ˈskær əˌbɔɪd/ (Show IPA)
1.
resembling a scarab.
noun
2.
an imitation or counterfeit scarab.
adjective
1.
Also scaraboid (ˈskærəˌbɔɪd). of, relating to, or resembling a scarabaeid
2.
a former word for lamellicorn

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