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noun 
  1. A member of a supposed prehistoric race that lived in caves or holes, a caveman.
  2. (context, by extension) Anything that lives underground.
''The cave was populated by albino scorpions, blind salamanders, and other troglodytes.
  1. A reclusive, reactionary or out-of-date person, especially if brutish.
  2. (computing) A person who chooses not to keep up-to-date with the latest software and hardware.
Etymology: From troglodyta, trÅglodyta "cave dwelling people" < Ancient Greek (polytonic, ) (trÅglodutÄs) "one who dwells in holes" < (polytonic, ) (trÅglÄ) "hole" + (polytonic, ) (duÅ) "I get into"


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