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Re: Etymological questions



no idea on the other, wonder why it wasnt in the description...

Euoplocephalus "well protected lizard"



K.Wicks

"Vir sapit qui puaca loquitur."














--- On Sat 03/09, Paul Cambridge wrote:
>
> Marco Auditore wrote:
>
> "And again, what's the root for the word 'tutus'
> (Euoplocephalus)?"
>
> I know that "tutus" in Latin means "safe, secure".
> Also, "tueor, tuitus, and tutus" (also Latin) manifests into
> "watch over, defend". Hope this helps.
>
> Paul
>
>