Recent Examples of llama from the Web
That damage unleashed hordes of monkeys, wild birds, llamas, vipers, cougars, gazelles, and, according to some reports, one lion.
The next morning, board the train for the 3.5-hour ride to Machu Picchu and spend the day scrambling between temples and llamas.
All Part of Bitcoin's Record Rally (Bloomberg) Missing Connecticut llama reunited with owners (UPI) Get Vanity Fair’s Cocktail Hour.
From the animal kingdom: llama, kangaroo, peacock, hippo, parrot, raccoon, lobster and mosquito.
The siblings are animals lovers themselves: Their own farmhouse menagerie includes dogs, chickens, cows and llamas.
Many families end up walking the park's trails and looking at the Youth Museum exhibits, including its cow, goats, llama, chickens and other animals.
Owen even used an old name for the llama to come up with the genus Macrauchenia.
Also found were stone arrowheads or spear points, bones probably from the llama-like vicuña, and the apparent remains of wild tubers.
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Origin and Etymology of llama
First Known Use: 1600See Words from the same year
LLAMA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of llama for English Language Learners
: a South American animal that has a long neck and thick fur and that is used for its wool and for carrying things
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