(noun) 1. A person from whom one is descended. 2. An early kind of animal from which later ones have developed; a forerunner.
(noun) A flesh-eating animal.
(verb) To understand.
(noun) The time during which something lasts or continues.
(adjective) Easy to see and understand; obvious, clear.
(adjective) 1. 1. No longer existing or living. 2. No longer active.
(adjective) Savage; fierce
(adjective) Very large; like a giant in size.
(verb) To cover up or keep from being seen.
(adjective) 1. Hard to see; hidden. 2. Not easy to understand.
(noun) Choice or something that is available as a choice.
(adjective) Too early; happening or arriving before the proper time.
(verb) 1. To save; to keep from harm; to protect. 2. To keep from rotting or spoiling.
(noun) 1. An animal that is hunted for food. 2. One that is helpless or unable to resist attack; a victim.
(verb) 1. To hunt (animals) for food. 2. To take from or rob using violence or trickery.
(adjective) 1. Weak. 2. Lacking in size, strength or power.
(verb) 1. To stay alive where there is a chance of dying or being killed. 2. To continue living or existing through a threatening situation.