noun ta·man·dua \tə-ˈman-də-wə, -ˌman-də-ˈwä\

Definition of TAMANDUA

:  either of two arboreal anteaters (Tamandua mexicana and T. tetradactyla) of Central and South America having a nearly hairless tail

Origin of TAMANDUA

Portuguese tamanduá, from Tupi tamanuá, tamanduá
First Known Use: 1834


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