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Lagomorpha

Lag`o`mor´pha   Pronunciation: lăg`ô`môr´få
prop. n. p1.(Zool.) an order of rodent-like mammals, comprising the hares, rabbits, and pikas. They have four incisors in the upper jaw. Called also Duplicidentata. They were formerly classified together with the rodents, but the Rodentia and Lagomorpha are now classed as separate orders.
Noun1.LagomorphaLagomorpha - rabbits; hares; pikas; formerly considered the suborder Duplicidentata of the order Rodentia
animal order, Duplicidentata, Eutheria, family Leporidae, family Ochotonidae, gnawing mammal, lagomorph, Leporidae, Ochotonidae, order Lagomorpha, subclass Eutheria
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Lager
Lager beer
Lager wine
Lagerstroemia
Lagerstroemia indica
Lagerstroemia speciosa
Laggard
Lagger
Lagging
Laggingly
Lagidium
Lagly
Lagniappe
Lagodon
Lagodon rhomboides
lagomorph
-- Lagomorpha --
lagoon
Lagoon island
Lagophthalmia
lagophthalmos
Lagopous
Lagopus
Lagopus scoticus
Lagorchestes
Lagos
Lagostomus
Lagostomus maximus
Lagothrix
Lagthing
laguna
Laguncularia
Laguncularia racemosa
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