Definition of Genus Cervus

1. Noun. The type genus of the Cervidae.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Cervus

genus Ceratopogon
genus Ceratopteris
genus Ceratosaurus
genus Ceratostomella
genus Ceratotherium
genus Ceratozamia
genus Cercidiphyllum
genus Cercidium
genus Cercis
genus Cercocebus
genus Cercopithecus
genus Cercospora
genus Cercosporella
genus Cereus
genus Certhia
genus Cervus (current term)
genus Ceryle
genus Cestrum
genus Cestum
genus Ceterach
genus Cetonia
genus Cetorhinus
genus Cetraria
genus Chaenactis
genus Chaenomeles
genus Chaenopsis
genus Chaetodipterus
genus Chaetodon
genus Chalcis
genus Chalcostigma

Literary usage of Genus Cervus

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon by Robert Armitage Sterndale (1884)
"genus Cervus. Horns as above, muzzle pointed, muffle large and broad, with a hairy band above the lip; hair coarse, and usually deep brown, with a light and ..."

2. Magazine of Natural History edited by John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson (1840)
"While Africa and Asia possess all the several genera belonging to this family, the new world possesses only one of its members, ie the genus Cervus, ..."

3. The Handy Pocket Dictionary of the English Language by Thomas Joseph Carey (1892)
"an unf- mal of the genus Cervus. ┬íc.drar.J Deer'-stalk'ing, n. hunting deer hy approaching them oп foot. ..."

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