ophidian [oh-fid-ee-uh n]
1. belonging or pertaining to the suborder Ophidia (Serpentes), comprising the snakes.
2. a snake.
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Origin: 1820-30; < New Latin Ophidi(a) (plural) name of the suborder (< Greek ophídion (singular), equivalent to óph(is) serpent + -idion diminutive suffix) + -an
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