rani-, ran- (Latin: frog).
Frog, literally, "croaker, crier".
ranarium (singular), ranaria (plural):
A place (places) for raising frogs or where they are kept.
A special fondness for frogs.
1. A frog of the family Ranidae, which includes typical amphibious frogs.
2. Of, pertaining to, or designating a frog of the family Ranidae.
3. The true frog, insectivorous usually semiaquatic web-footed amphibian with smooth moist skin and long hind legs.
In vertebrate zoology, the riparian frogs, a family of the order Anura containing about 600 species of moderate-sized to large frogs; nearly worldwide in distribution.
Shaped like a frog.
1. Pertaining to a frog; frog-like.
2. In antomy, a reference to the region under the tip of the tongue.
Pertaining to the Raninidae, an order of frog-crabs.
The eating of frogs; frog-eating.
A creature that consumes (eats) frogs.