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lutrine

lutrine (LOO-treen) - adj., of, pertaining to, or resembling an otter.


Otters! Comes from the Latin lutra meaning, well, an otter. And yes, this word does get used in the wild, to to speak.

They swooped down the water slide in pure lutrine joy.

---L.
Tags: adjective, l, latin
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