[lah-muh] /ˈlɑ mə/
a woolly-haired South American of the genus Lama, believed to be a domesticated variety of the guanaco: often used as a beast of burden.
the fine, soft fleece of the llama, combined with the wool for coating.
a domesticated South American cud-chewing mammal, Lama glama (or L. peruana), that is used as a beast of burden and is valued for its hair, flesh, and hide: family Camelidae (camels)
the cloth made from the wool of this animal
any other animal of the genus Lama See alpaca1 , guanaco
woolly-haired South American ruminant, c.1600, from Spanish llama (1535), from Quechua (Peru) llama.
/ˈlændəf; -dæf/ noun 1. a town in SE Wales, now a suburb of Cardiff; the oldest bishopric in Wales (6th century)
/θlæˈnɛθlɪ; Welsh hlaˈnɛhliː/ noun 1. an industrial town in S Wales, in SE Carmarthenshire on an inlet of Carmarthen Bay. Pop: 46 357 (2001)
/Welsh hlanˈɡɒhlɛn/ noun 1. a town in NE Wales, in Denbighshire on the River Dee: International Musical Eisteddfod held annually since 1946. Pop: 2930 (2001)
[lah-noh; Spanish yah-naw] /ˈlɑ noʊ; Spanish ˈyɑ nɔ/ noun, plural llanos [lah-nohz; Spanish yah-naws] /ˈlɑ noʊz; Spanish ˈyɑ nɔs/ (Show IPA) (in the southwestern U.S. and Spanish America) 1. an extensive grassy plain with few trees. /ˈlɑːnəʊ; Spanish ˈʎano/ noun (pl) -nos (-nəʊz; Spanish) (-nɔs) 1. an extensive grassy treeless plain, esp in South America […]