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respa
gismu rafsi: res x1 is a reptile of species/breed x2. See also danlu, banfi, since.
respa
Reptile
lo respa cu xabju le korbi be le rirxe
Reptiles inhabit the coast of the river.
.i y xu ro pipybanfi cu respa i pe'i na mabru
Are frogs reptiles? I don't expect them to be mammals.
plonebrespa
lujvo x1 is a frill-necked lizard (Chlamydosaurus) of species x2. Cf. respa.
banfi
gismu x1 is an amphibian of species/breed x2. See also danlu, respa.
dalgeko
fu'ivla x1 is a gecko lizard of species x2 See also: danlu, respa, spaigopodidai
rebyrespa
lujvo r1 is a lizard of species r2. Cf. rebla, respa.
amniota
obsolete fu'ivla x1 is an amniote of class/order/family x2 see also amnio, cipni, mabru, respa
reskuamata
obsolete fu'ivla x1 is a squamate (reptile of order Squamata), of subtaxon/type/variety/species x2 Confer: respa, since, spaigopodidai, restuatara
since
gismu x1 is a snake/serpent of species/breed x2. See also curnu, danlu, respa, vindu.
spaigopodidai
fu'ivla x1 is a pygopod (a reptile of family Pygopodidae) of subtaxon/genus/species/variety/breed x2 Superficially similar to snakes, but not closely related (snakes belong to order Serpentes while pygopods belong to order squamata). Confer: respa, since.
danlu
gismu rafsi: dal da'u x1 is an animal/creature of species x2; x1 is biologically animate. See also banfi, cinki, cipni, finpe, jukni, respa, since, mabru, bakni.
restuatara
obsolete fu'ivla x1 is a tuatara [reptile genus Sphenodon] of species/variety x2. For disambiguation purposes, strictly, this word should only apply to members of genus Sphenodon; however, all extant members of reptile order Rhynchocephalia belong to this genus and some semantic broadening is probable. See also: respa, reskuamata.
disrmuzo
fu'ivla x1 is a mosasaur [member of family Mosasauridae] of subtaxon/type/genus/species/variety/breed x2. Categorizer rafsi "dis" is meant (and experimentally proposed) to belong to the experimental gismu dinso; as such, it may not be the most elucidating; however, it is technically not essential to the interpretation of the lexeme. Technically, a extinct family of reptile order Squamata (which is extant), but dinso applies all the same (unlike reksa). See also: dinso, respa, reskuamata, ikfio, plesio, dinsauru, reksa, ketslau.