Etymology: From Old French cocodrille (modern French, crocodile), from mediaeval Latin cocodrillus, from Latin crocodilus, from Greek . The word was later refashioned after the Latin and Greek forms.
- Any of a variety of related predatory amphibious reptiles, related to the alligator.
- A long line or procession of people (especially children) walking together.
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