Cama



noun
the hybrid offspring of a camel and a llama
Historical Examples

The Circassian Chief W.H.G. Kingston
The Circassian Chief W.H.G. Kingston
A History of the Philippines David P. Barrows
Excursions in the mountains of Ronda and Granada, with characteristic sketches of the inhabitants of southern Spain, v. 2/2 Charles Rochfort Scott
Heath’s Modern Language Series: The Spanish American Reader Ernesto Nelson

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