Definition of Northern mammoth

1. Noun. Very hairy mammoth common in colder portions of the northern hemisphere.

Exact synonyms: Mammuthus Primigenius, Woolly Mammoth
Generic synonyms: Mammoth



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Northern Mammoth

northern cricket frog
northern dune tansy
northern firmoss
northern firmosses
northern flicker
northern flickers
northern flying squirrel
northern harrier
northern hawk owl
northern hawk owls
northern hemisphere
northern holly fern
northern lapwing
northern lapwings
northern lights
northern mammoth (current term)
northern oak fern
northern oriole
northern parula
northern phalarope
northern pike
northern pikes
northern pin oak
northern pitch pine
northern pocket gopher
northern porgy
northern raven
northern red-backed vole
northern red oak
northern screamer

Literary usage of Northern mammoth

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Maryland Geological Survey by Maryland Geological Survey (1906)
"The folds are thin and characteristically compressed, although slightly more wrinkled than in typical examples of the northern mammoth. ..."

2. Reports Dealing with the Systematic Geology and Paleontology of Maryland by Maryland Geological Survey (1906)
"The folds are thin and characteristically compressed, although slightly more wrinkled than in typical examples of the northern mammoth. ..."

3. Studies from the Geological Department by William Shirley Bayley, Carroll H. Wegemann, Rufus M. Bagg (1909)
"(The northern mammoth). This was one of the most widely distributed elephant species though its remains are usually not as well preserved as are those of ..."

4. Museums Journal by Museums Association (1902)
"Remains of this northern mammoth are abundant in Alaska and common throughout the northern United States. South of New York and Ohio this species is ..."

5. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences by New York Academy of Sciences (1916)
"... or northern mammoth, E. primigenius (teste Lucas) 9' 6"-10' 6" 3.2004 The living pigmy elephant of the Congo, L. cyclotis pumilio (teste Hornaday) 4' 5" ..."

6. Animals Before Man in North America: Their Lives and Times by Frederic Augustus Lucas (1902)
"... than in the northern mammoth, and the plates of enamel less in number. The tusks were sometimes very large, but the largest pair on record measure only ..."

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