1. iguanid lizard lizards of the New World and Madagascar and some Pacific islands; typically having a long tail and bright throat patch in males
  2. agamid lizard a lizard of the family Agamidae
  3. anguid lizard any of a small family of lizards widely distributed in warm areas; all are harmless and useful as destroyers of e.g. slugs and insects
  4. giant lizard the largest lizard in the world
  5. sand lizard a common and widely distributed lizard of Europe and central Asia
  6. horned lizard insectivorous lizard with hornlike spines on the head and spiny scales on the body; of western North America
  7. night lizard small secretive nocturnal lizard of southwestern North America and Cuba; bear live young
  8. Komodo lizard the largest lizard in the world
  9. lounge lizard a man who idles about in the lounges of hotels and bars in search of women who would support him
  10. scincid lizard alert agile lizard with reduced limbs and an elongated body covered with shiny scales; more dependent on moisture than most lizards; found in tropical regions worldwide
  11. beaded lizard lizard with black and yellowish beadlike scales
  12. glass lizard snakelike lizard of Europe and Asia and North America with vestigial hind limbs and the ability to regenerate its long fragile tail
  13. teiid lizard tropical New World lizard with a long tail and large rectangular scales on the belly and a long tail
  14. alligator lizard slim short-limbed lizard having a distinctive fold on each side that permits expansion; of western North America
  15. collared lizard any of several robust long-tailed lizards with collars of two dark bands; of central and western United States and northern Mexico
  16. whiptail lizard any of numerous very agile and alert New World lizards
  17. egg-and-dart a decorative molding
  18. frilled lizard large arboreal insectivorous Australian lizard with a ruff of skin around the neck
  19. leopard lizard any of several large lizards with many dark spots
  20. thunder lizard huge quadrupedal herbivorous dinosaur common in North America in the late Jurassic