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  • Suborder — Sub*or der, n. (Nat. Hist.) A division of an order; a group of genera of a little lower rank than an order and of greater importance than a tribe or family; as, cichoraceous plants form a suborder of Composit[ae]. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • suborder — [sub′ôr΄dər] n. any natural subdivision of an order of plants or animals subordinal [subôrd′ n əl] adj …   English World dictionary

  • suborder — noun Date: 1826 a subdivision of an order < a soil suborder >; especially a taxonomic category ranking between an order and a family …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • suborder — /sub awr deuhr/, n. Biol. a category of related families within an order. [1820 30; SUB + ORDER] * * * …   Universalium

  • suborder — noun A taxonomic category below order and above infraorder …   Wiktionary

  • suborder — In biologic classification, a division between order and family. * * * sub·or·der səb .ȯrd ər n a category in biological classification ranking below an order and above a family * * * sub·or·der (subґor″dər) a taxonomic category… …   Medical dictionary

  • suborder — Synonyms and related words: biotype, blood, bracket, branch, caste, category, clan, class, division, estate, family, genotype, genus, grade, group, grouping, head, heading, kin, kingdom, label, level, order, phylum, pigeonhole, position,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • suborder — sÊŒbÉ”rdÉ™(r) / ɔːd n. subdivision of an order, group of related organisms ranking next below an order (Biology) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • suborder — noun Biology a taxonomic category that ranks below order and above family …   English new terms dictionary

  • suborder — sub·order …   English syllables

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