Etymology
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ferine (adj.)

"wild, in a state of nature," 1630s, from Latin ferinus "pertaining to wild animals," from fera "a wild beast, wild animal" (from PIE root *ghwer- "wild beast").

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Definitions of ferine

ferine (adj.)
wild and menacing;
Synonyms: feral / savage
From wordnet.princeton.edu