Definition of Trygon. Meaning of Trygon. Synonyms of Trygon

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Definition of Trygon

Trygon
Trygon Try"gon (tr[imac]"g[o^]n), n. [L., a sting ray, from Gr.? a kind of fish with a prickle in the tail.] (Zo["o]l.) Any one of several species of large sting rays belonging to Trygon and allied genera.

Meaning of Trygon from wikipedia

- The Trygon Factor is a 1966 British-West German crime film directed by Cyril Frankel and starring Stewart Granger, Susan Hampshire and Robert Morley. It...
- Ehrenberg), 1829 Brachioptera Gratzianov, 1906 Dasybatus Klein, 1775 Pastinaca Swainson, 1838 Trygon Cuvier (ex Adanson), 1816 Uroxis Rafinesque, 1810...
- Annals and Magazine of Natural History, in which he named the new species Trygon brevicaudata, derived from the Latin brevis ("short") and cauda ("tail")...
- Well-do****ented since cl****ical antiquity, the common stingray was known as trygon (τρυγών) to the ancient Gr****s and as pastinaca to the ancient Romans. An...
- Müller and Friedrich Gustav Jakob Henle created the genus Taeniura for Trygon ornatus, now known to be a junior synonym of this species. Other common...
- Gr**** poly ("many") and lepis ("scales"), and ****igned it to the genus Trygon (now a synonym of Dasyatis). However, in subsequent years Bl****er's description...
- evening cl****es. Some of his noted roles are The Entertainer (1960), The Trygon Factor (1966), and Quaterm**** and the Pit (1967). He also appeared in the...
- stingray was described by French naturalist Charles Alexandre Lesueur as Trygon sabina, in an 1824 volume of the Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences...
- ichthyologist Pieter Bl****er first referenced the honeycomb whipray as Trygon undulata, in an 1850 list of Javanese fishes. Two years later, he formally...
- in their 1841 Systematische Beschreibung der Plagiostomen under the name Trygon akajei, based on an earlier account of "Pastinaca akajei" by Heinrich Bürger...
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