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 The name "dinosauria" was choosen by Dr. Richard Owen, an English doctor. Owen first used the word in his "Report on British Fossil Reptiles" presented  to the British Association for the Advancement of Science in 1841. "Dinosaurs" is a combination of two Greek words"deinos (fearfully great)" and "sauros (a lizard)." Thus the name literally means "fearfully great lizard." not terrible lizard.


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