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covered with wax.
Ornithology. cerate (def 2).
(of certain birds, such as the falcon) having a cere


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  • Cerato-

    variant of cerat- before a consonant: ceratosaur. combining form denoting horn or a hornlike part: ceratodus (anatomy) denoting the cornea word-forming element meaning “horn,” from Latinized comb. form of Greek keras “horn” (see kerato-). cerato- pref. Variant of kerato-.

  • Ceratocricoid muscle

    ceratocricoid muscle cer·a·to·cri·coid muscle (sěr’ə-tō-krī’koid’) n. A fasciculus from the cricoarytenoid muscle, inserted into the inferior cornu of the thyroid cartilage.

  • Ceratodus

    a lungfish of either of two genera, Ceratodus or Neoceratodus, having hornlike ridges on the teeth. Historical Examples noun (pl) -duses any of various extinct lungfish constituting the genus Ceratodus, common in Cretaceous and Triassic times Compare barramunda

  • Ceratoid

    hornlike; horny. adjective having the shape or texture of animal horn

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