any of numerous varieties of domestic chickens derived from South American wild fowl, noted for producing pale blue, green, or pinkish eggs.
a breed of Araucana, developed in the U.S., having ear tufts and no tail.
Ercilla has devoted the twenty-fourth canto of the Araucana to the splendid episode of the battle of Lepanto.
History of The Reign of Philip The Second King of Spain William H. Prescott
a region in central Chile. Historical Examples For she is Chilian built; her tall tapering masts made of trees from the ancient forests of Araucania. The Flag of Distress Mayne Reid Orélie, the First of the name, has according to rumour recovered at present his lofty position among the Indians of Araucania. The Human Race […]
a member of an Indian people of central Chile. the language of the Araucanians, spoken in central Chile and northern Argentina. pertaining to the Araucanians or to their language. Historical Examples Jos, the portero accompanying them, was an Araucanian Indian by birth, but he spoke Spanish fluently. Francisco Our Little Argentine Cousin Eva Cannon Brooks […]
any of several coniferous trees of the genus Araucaria, of warm regions. Historical Examples These are uniformly three times the natural size, except the section of araucaria imbricata, which is not increased in scale. Trees of the Northern United States Austin C. Apgar You ought to have a segoya here and over there an araucaria. […]
araunah agile; also called Ornan 1 Chr. 21:15, a Jebusite who dwelt in Jerusalem before it was taken by the Israelites. The destroying angel, sent to punish David for his vanity in taking a census of the people, was stayed in his work of destruction near a threshing-floor belonging to Araunah which was situated on […]