One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Of a snake's tooth: solid and unspecialized, without a groove for venom. Of a snake: having such teeth; specifically belonging to the former division Aglypha (approximating to the large subfamily Colubrinae of harmless colubrids).
Late 19th century. From either French aglyphe or scientific Latin Aglypha + -ous.
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