Etymology
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taxidermy (n.)

1820, from Greek taxis "arrangement, an arranging, the order or disposition of an army, battle array; order, regularity" (see tactics) + derma "skin" (from PIE root *der- "to split, flay, peel," with derivatives referring to skin and leather). Related: Taxidermist (1827).

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Definitions of taxidermy

taxidermy (n.)
the art of mounting the skins of animals so that they have lifelike appearance;
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Dictionary entries near taxidermy

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