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Treated as plural. An order of mammals that comprises the rodents or gnawing animals, which are characterized by having strong constantly-growing incisor teeth adapted for gnawing, and lacking canine teeth; (also in form rodentia) animals of this order (collectively or individually); rodents.
Early 19th century. From scientific Latin Rodentia, plural noun, lit. ‘gnawers’, specific use as noun of plural of classical Latin rōdent-, rōdēns, after French rongeurs, plural noun.
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