Anura /əˈnjʊərə/

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I. plural noun

1.
[Zoology] an order of tailless amphibians that comprises the frogs and toads.

Also called Salientia or Batrachia.
2. ( anura)
[Zoology] amphibians of the order Anura; frogs and toads.
– origin modern Latin (plural), from an-1 ‘without’ + Greek oura ‘tail’.

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