See also Birds, Rodents.
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In case anyone wantsto know, here's the actual etymology:
Late 16th century: alteration, perhaps by association with medieval Latin batta, blacta, of Middle English bakke, of Scandinavian origin.
S on December 9, 2018
The Spanish word for bat, murciélago, comes from two latin words that together make "flying rat." So basically, you're right.
J'Elouw on December 9, 2018
It could also be a rird...
Filip on September 4, 2019
so this virus was started by rats again
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