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T. rex

TranslingualEdit

A T. rex in an artist's interpretation.
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Etymology 1Edit

Abbreviation of Tyrannosaurus (tyrant reptile) + Latin rex (king).

Proper nounEdit

T. rex m

  1. alternative form of Tyrannosaurus rex

Etymology 2Edit

Abbreviation of Tachyoryctes + Latin rex (king).

Proper nounEdit

T. rex m

  1. alternative form of Tachyoryctes rex

Etymology 3Edit

Abbreviation of Tyrannasorus (tyrannical heap) + Latin rex (king).

Proper nounEdit

T. rex m

  1. alternative form of Tyrannasorus rex

Etymology 4Edit

Abbreviation of Tyrannobdella + Latin rex (king).

Proper nounEdit

T. rex

  1. alternative form of Tyrannobdella rex

Usage notesEdit

  • See T_rex at Wikispecies for more.

EnglishEdit

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PronunciationEdit

Proper nounEdit

T. rex (plural T. rexes)

  1. A Tyrannosaurus rex.

Derived termsEdit