Definition of satyrid in English:

satyrid

Line breaks: sa|tyrid
Pronunciation: /səˈtɪrɪd
 
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noun

Entomology
A butterfly of a group which includes the browns, heaths, ringlets, and related species. They typically have brown wings with small eyespots and many live in woodland and breed on grasses. Also called brown.

Origin

early 20th century: from modern Latin Satyridae (plural), from Latin Satyrus (see satyr), used as a genus name.

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