simian

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See also: sīmián, sǐmiàn, and sìmiàn

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From Latin sīmia ‎(ape, monkey), from Ancient Greek σιμός ‎(simós, snub-nosed).

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simian ‎(comparative more simian, superlative most simian)

  1. Of or pertaining to apes; apely.
  2. Bearing resemblance to an ape.

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simian ‎(plural simians)

  1. An ape or monkey, especially an anthropoid.

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simian

  1. accusative singular of simia