from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A genus of dormice of the family Myoxidæ, with a cylindric bushy tail and thickened glandular cardiac portion of the stomach. The common dormouse of Europe, M. avellanarius, is the type. See cut under
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- noun a genus of Gliridae
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