ratite

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From Latin ratis (raft) +‎ -ite.

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ratite (plural ratites)

  1. A bird of the order of Struthioniformes, a diverse group of large running, flightless birds, mostly extinct, but including the cassowary, elephant bird, emu, kiwi, moa, ostrich, rhea and tinamou

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