Troglodyte Troglodyte is a human cave dweller, from the Greek trogle hole, mouse hole and dyein go in, dive in. Troglodyte and derived forms may also refer to Troglodytes bird Troglodytes is a genus of small passerine birds in the wren family These wrens are around centimetres . . in long They are brownish above and somewhat paler below, with strong legs. Troglodyte Definition of Troglodyte by Merriam Webster the troglodytes who believed that women had no place in the military, except perhaps as nurses Troglodyte definition of troglodyte by The Free Dictionary a often Troglodyte A member of a fabulous or prehistoric race of people that lived in caves, dens, or holes. troglodyte Wiktionary A member of a supposed prehistoric race that lived in caves or holes, a caveman by extension Anything that lives underground The cave was populated by albino scorpions, blind salamanders, and other troglodytes A reclusive, reactionary or out of date person, especially if brutish The Eurasian wren, Troglodytes troglodytes computing Troglodytes definition of Troglodytes by The Free Dictionary These vile old troglodytes are no longer there but into their deserted cave another terrible giant has thrust himself, and makes it his business to seize upon honest travellers and fatten them for his table with plentiful meals of smoke, mist, moonshine, raw potatoes, and sawdust. Urban Dictionary troglodyte A person considered to be reclusive, reactionary, out of date, or brutish. Jimmy Castor Bunch Troglodyte Cave Man YouTube What we re gonna do right here is go back, way back, back into time When the only people that existed were troglodytes cave mencave womenNeanderthal Troglodyte Wikipdia Troglodyte est un nom commun, venant du grec ancien de caverne et pntrer dans, plonger puis du latin troglodyta.Ce nom, ainsi que son adjectif driv troglodytique, peuvent rfrer Habitat troglodytique architecture rudimentaire ou somptueuse prsente dans diffrentes traditions, consistant amnager des habitats Troglodytes Troglodytes Troglodytes are a race of feral, violent, reptilian cave dwellers They are relatively common in the upper reaches of the great subterranean wilderness, and have a long history of raiding the settlements of other humanoids particularly humans for food and slaves.