Definition of Tamanduas

1. Noun. (plural of tamandua) ¹



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Definition of Tamanduas

1. tamandua [n] - See also: tamandua

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tamanduas

tam o'shanter
tam o'shanters
tamability
tamable
tamableness
tamada
tamadas
tamaite
tamal
tamale
tamale pie
tamales
tamals
tamandu
tamandua
tamanduas (current term)
tamandus
tamanoir
tamanoirs
tamanu
tamanus
tamara
tamarack
tamaracks
tamarao
tamaraos
tamaras
tamarau
tamaraus
tamaraw

Literary usage of Tamanduas

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1. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1904)
"tamanduas eat termites, ant larvae, various other insects, and certain small fruits. " The little anteater [Cyclopes didactylus] is not found in the Santa ..."

2. Omniana; Or, Horae Otiosiores by Robert] [Southey, Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1812)
"(tamanduas, Ant-eaters.) " We went along by this mountain at least twenty days before we could find any way to pass over it: at last we came to a river that ..."

3. An Account of the Abipones: An Equestrian People of Paraguay by Martin Dobrizhoffer (1822)
"Boars, stags, tamanduas, the fruits of palms and other trees, and eatable roots, all which abound VQL. III. ..."

4. An Account of the Abipones: An Equestrian People of Paraguay by Martin Dobrizhoffer (1822)
"Goats, does, mon- keys, tamanduas, dogs, and every wild animal that inhabits the plains or woods, all swarm with these insects. The lesser garrapatas are ..."

5. An Account of the Abipones: An Equestrian People of Paraguay by Martin Dobrizhoffer (1822)
"Parrots, monkeys of various kinds, antas, stags, deer, tamanduas, tigers, and lions: choice fish, emus, partridges, dogs, crocodiles, ..."

6. Across Unknown South America by Arnold Henry Savage Landor (1913)
"... and of the terrivel tamanduas bandeira, a toothless pachyderm, with a long and hairy tail, long nails, and powerful arms, the embrace of which is said ..."

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