tarsier

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New Latin, from French tarsier, from Latin tarsus, from Ancient Greek ταρσός (tarsós, wickerwork mat"; "broad, flat surface")

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tarsier

  1. Used attributively as a species epithet

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Etymology[edit]

From French tarsier, from Latin tarsus, from Ancient Greek ταρσός (tarsós, wickerwork mat"; "broad, flat surface")

Noun[edit]

tarsier (plural tarsiers)

  1. An insectivorous primate of the family Tarsiidae, having very large eyes and long feet, native mainly to several islands of Southeast Asia.

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tarsier

  1. (New Latin) type species name of tarsier

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