excaudate etymology

English word excaudate comes from English caudate, English ex-

Detailed word origin of excaudate

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
caudate English (eng) (zoology) Any member of the Caudata order of amphibians. (botany) Tapering into a long, tail-like extension at the apex.. (zoology) Having a tail.. (zoology) Of or pertaining to the Caudata order of amphibians.
ex- English (eng) (biology) Lacking.. Former, but still living (almost always used with a hyphen). Out of. Outside.
excaudate English (eng) (zoology) Not caudate; without a cauda.

Words with the same origin as excaudate

Descendants of ex-
elongate exalbuminous exarillate exarticulate exarticulation exauthorize excentral excentric exclave excogitare excommune exessive exfetation exorbital exosseous explant exradius exstipellate exstipulate exsuccous extelligence extriangulated extubate microexplant