scarab

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A scarab beetle, Oxysternon conspicillatum.
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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French scarabée, from Latin scarabaeus (beetle), from Ancient Greek κάραβος (kárabos, beetle).

Noun[edit]

scarab (plural scarabs)

  1. The species Scarabaeus sacer of beetle, sacred to the ancient Egyptians.
  2. Any species of beetle belonging to the family Scarabaeidae.
  3. A symbol, seal, amulet, or gem fashioned to resemble the sacred beetle.

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