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Definition of the noun bitis
What does bitis mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- a genus of Viperidae
- lexical domain: Animals - nouns denoting animals
- synonym of Bitis: genus Bitis
- more generic term: reptile genus = a genus of reptiles
- member of: family Viperidae / Viperidae = Old World vipers
Bitis is a film production company.
- nomination: - nominated to Goya Award for Best Documentary - "Guadalquivir", with Joaquín Gutiérrez Acha, José María Morales, Wanda Visión
Phrases with Bitis
Phrases starting with the word Bitis:
- Bitis Armata
- Bitis Hindii
- Bitis rubida
- Bitis atropos
- Bitis cornuta
- Bitis Albanica
- bitis arietans
- Bitis caudalis
- bitis gabonica
- Bitis inornata
- Bitis Lachesis
- Bitis xeropaga
- Bitis heraldica
- Bitis Atropoides
- Bitis nasicornis
- Bitis parviocula
- Bitis peringueyi
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Bitis
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With Therapeutic Hints by Charles Godlove Raue
bitis is the result, its commencement is marked by pains in the epigastrium, the right or left hypochondrium, the caical or umbilical region, according as the trunk or one of the radicles of the vein is first diseased. This is soon followed by rigors, ...
The name Bitis means properly “shepherd” (bt); the syllabic writing Ba-ta simply indicates that the etymology of this rather rustic deity 's name had been forgotten, and that the name was therefore comfortably assumed by the nineteenth dynasty ...
Vertebrate Biology (2016)
by CTI Reviews
Prosalirus bitis is the name given to a fossil frog found in Arizona in 1981 by Farish Jenkins, which has primitive features, but has mostly lost the salamanderlike traits of its ancestors. It has a skeleton designed to absorb the force of jumping ...
by Robert Alan Lewis
Bitis arielans. iboboca. Micrurus lemniscatus. ibotenic acid (oz-amino-Z, 341ihydro-3-oxo-5 isoxazoleacetic acid; a-amino-3-hydroxy-5-isoazoleacetic acid; amino-(3-hydroxy-5-isoxazol yl)acetic acid). a neurotoxic isoxazole, ibotenic acid ...
An Introduction to Austronesian Studies by Darrell T. Tryon
DOB bati7is IRA kopusuwan *SAW sursur NYI ti'kad MAM tusul *TAK bittis DAM tonok MAB kibu-nd'andzu *YAB burteh *KAU bitis *TOL batih BUA batis ADZ bitis *KIL kempol battis TAW batak-an batis *MOT batis MEK butiyoto ROV loa'Jgada ...
A Dictionary of Zoology (2014)
by Michael Allaby
biserial biseriate bisexual bishops Bison Biston betularia bitheca biting lice biting midges Bitis arietans Bitis nasicornis Bittacidae bittern Biuret reaction bivalent Bivalvia bivouac Blaberidae blackbird black box system black coral black ...
Bitis gabonica, a deadly, brightly marked, viperine snake found in tropical West Africa. pit v., crotalid (1). rhinoceros v., Bitis nasicornis, a venomous, brightly colored, viperine snake found in tropical Africa, having a pair of hornlike ...
by Hope B. Werness
and the Gabon adder (Bitis gabonica) which appear as architectural ornament, on masks, on staffs and canes, and masquerading as decorative elements ...
by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood
Bitis arietans; an unaggressive but highly poisonous African snake, 3–5ft long with athickbody. addiction [ -dik'sh n] physiological dependence on some ...
by DK Publishing
Bitis arietans Puff adder Location Africa One ofthe world's most dangerous snakes, the puff adder is big, effectively camouflaged, highly venomous, and aggressive. It strikes readily when annoyed or frightened, but usually puffs up or hisses ...
Luo Biological Dictionary (1998)
by J. O. Kokwaro, Timothy Johns
Bitis gabonica. A large snake, l-2m long, very heavily built . Head white-cream above with dark brown/black triangles on the sides. Extremely poisonous. Nyang'indi, "A cult serpent" which mythologically has been ...
Encyclopaedia britannica (1911)
a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information by Hugh Chisholm
Bitis s. Echidna s. Clotho has two rows of shields on the underside of the very short tail ; the thick head is much depressed, like the body. The nasal shields are separated from the rostral by small scales, otherwise much resembling the genus ...
Lexicon Pentaglotton, Hebraicum, Chaldaicum, Syriacum, Talmudico-Rabbinicum, et Arabicum, etc. [With a dedication by J. Caselius, and a preface by E. Engels.] (1612)
by Valentin SCHINDLER
bitis. Prohibetur aequari tempora poft aures & frontem, ut circulus rotundus caput ambeat, vcl ut rafura temporum fronti æquetur, & caput fphæræ habcat figuram. Jerem. 9.
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Bitis gabonica-- the Gaboon Viper
This is the heaviest viper, and also has the longest fangs and most venom. It is native to Equatorial Africa, but this one is at the Serpentarium in Mendoza, Argentina.
Photo credit: Dick Culbert
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Scrabble value of B3I1T1I1S1
The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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