Definition of Llamas

1. Noun. (plural of llama) ¹



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Definition of Llamas

1. llama [n] - See also: llama

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Llamas

lizardites
lizardlike
lizardly
lizardman
lizardmen
lizards
lizardskin
lizardskins
lizardy
lizas
lka
llama
llamah
llamahs
llamalike
llamas (current term)
llamoid
llamoids
llandeilo group
llanero
llaneros
llano
llanos
llc-pk1 cells
lm
lmk
lml
ln
lo-cal
lo-fi

Literary usage of Llamas

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1. The Amazon Provinces of Peru as a Field for European Emigration: A by Herbert Guillaume (1888)
"The use of mules is limited .to transporting loads which are unsuitable in form, weight, or volume for llamas. The use of the former, however, ..."

2. Los Gringos: Or, An Inside View of Mexico and California, with Wanderings in by Henry Augustus Wise (1849)
"... through long lines of paved streets, until we pulled up in front of the palace, at the house of Don Domingo llamas, to whom I had letters. CHAPTER XXXI. ..."

3. Peru by William Hickling Prescott (1900)
"The flocks of llamas, or Peruvian sheep, were appropriated exclusively to the Sun and to the Inca." Their number was immense. They were scattered over the ..."

4. History of the Conquest of Peru by William Hickling Prescott, John Foster Kirk (1904)
"... the number as well as magnitude of the flocks of llamas which they saw browsing on the stunted herbage that grows in the elevated regions of the Andes. ..."

5. History of the Conquest of Peru: With a Preliminary View of the Civilization by William Hickling Prescott (1858)
"The flocks of llamas, or Peruvian sheep, were appropriated exclusively to the Sun and to the Inca.i3 Their number was immense. They were scattered over the ..."

6. Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition, During the Years 1838 by Charles Wilkes (1852)
"... of Country—St. Rosa de Quivi—Y'aso—Obrajillo—Difficulties in procuring Mules —Beauty of Situation—llamas—Rioters—Plundering of ..."

7. Publications by Parker Society (Great Britain) (1907)
"P. 40,. 8, for meet read meat. P. 52,., for sycomore read sycamore. P.,. 20, for of read of the. P. 263,., for llamas read lamas. ..."

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