Asked in Definitions
What does troglodyte mean?
May 20, 2014 3:10PM
1. A prehistoric cave dweller
2. A person of degraded, primitive, or brutal Character
3. A person living in seclusion
4. A person unacquainted with affairs of the world
5. An animal living underground
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What actors and actresses appeared in The Reformed Troglodyte - 2011?
Can you please give me a sentence using the word troglodyte?
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What is the class of a chimp?
chimps are great apes, not monkeys there are 2 species, the more common is the pan troglodyte of which there are 3 sub-species-pan troglodyte verus (p.t.v.), pan troglodyte troglodyte (p.t.t.) & pan troglodyte schweinfurthii (p.t.s.) & the pan paniscus, commonly called a bonobo or pygmy chimpanzee. the different species & sub-species are all geographically separated thru out the African rainforests and woodlands.
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What are the ratings and certificates for Troglodyte - 2008 TV?
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What actors and actresses appeared in Troglodytes - 2011?
The cast of Troglodytes - 2011 includes: Konstantinos Kalogridis as Troglodyte 3 Thanos Kermitsis as Dead Soldier Antonis Koutelias as Troglodyte 4 Kostas Kritsalos as Dimitriou George Ktistakis as Troglodyte 2 Thanos Liakos as New Guy Nikos Manousakis as Pilot Efterpi Papaefthimiou as Doctor Kostas Perissis as Troglodyte 1 Yannis Roumboulias as The Veteran Dimitris Stamoulis as Soldier Nikos Stathakis as Squad Leader
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What does a speleologist have in common with a troglodyte?
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What does speleologist have in common with troglodgte?
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What is the meaning of the English word 'troglodyte'?
"One who dwells in holes" literally and "cave-dweller" loosely are equivalent meanings of the English word "troglodyte." The common noun originates in ancient Greek word Ï„ÏÏ‰Î³Î»Î¿Î´ÏÏ„Î·Ï‚ (trÅglodÃºtÄ“s), which is formed from combining the noun Ï„ÏÏŽÎ³Î»Î· (trá¹“glÄ“, "hole") and the verb Î´ÏÏ‰ (dÃºÅ, "I get into").