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Rhinocerine; specifically of or relating to the subfamily Rhinocerotinae.
A mammal of the subfamily Rhinocerotinae.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in John Kitto (1804–1854), writer and missionary. From classical Latin rhīnocerōt-, rhīnocerōs rhinoceros + -ine. In specific use after scientific Latin Rhinocerotinae, subfamily name.
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