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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From New Latin Reptilia +‎ -an.

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

reptilian (comparative more reptilian, superlative most reptilian)

  1. Reptile-like.
  2. Of or referring to reptiles.
  3. Treacherous.

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NounEdit

reptilian (plural reptilians or reptilia)

  1. A reptile.
  2. (Can we verify(+) this sense?) (ufology) One of a race of extraterrestrial shape-shifters purported to secretly control the world.
    • 2001, Caroline Tiger, The UFO Hunter’s Handbook: A Field Guide to the Paranormal, ISBN 084317644X, page 62-63:
      More evolved than the Grays or Reptilians, the Humanoids seem to feel some sort of kinship with humans and are likely to be kind.[…] Some researchers believe the Grays are merely preparing the way for a full-scale invasion of Reptilian aliens.
    • 2010, Chico Penteado, Talking to the Reptilians-A Report from Brazil, ISBN 0557576539, page 11:
      Such powerful human families would descend upon the reptilians themselves and they would be willing to do just anything to retain their power.
    • 2011, Collin Robert Bowling, A New Order of the Ages, ISBN 1462037178:
      The reptilians are the creation of the Carians.
    • 2015, Marty Crump, Eye of Newt and Toe of Frog, Adder's Fork and Lizard's Leg, ISBN 022611614X:
      Reptilians generally are envisioned as half snake, half human, and they are thought to have come from the Alpha Draconian star system.

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