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1. llama

noun. ['ˈlɑːmə'] wild or domesticated South American cud-chewing animal related to camels but smaller and lacking a hump.

Synonyms

  • alpaca
  • Lama pacos
  • even-toed ungulate
  • Lama guanicoe
  • domestic llama
  • Lama peruana
  • guanaco
  • artiodactyl mammal

Etymology

  • llama (Spanish)
  • flamma (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Llama

  • valderrama
  • guadarrama
  • balderrama
  • yokoyama
  • yokohama
  • tokuyama
  • takayama
  • sugiyama
  • sasayama
  • nishiyama
  • nakayama
  • maruyama
  • kuriyama
  • katayama
  • kashiyama
  • hirayama
  • fukuyama
  • fujiyama
  • dhlakama
  • yoneyama
  • saitama
  • kageyama
  • gyuhama
  • akiyama
  • toyama
  • sazama
  • salama
  • pajama
  • nakama
  • murayama

Example sentences of the word llama


1. Noun, singular or mass
They drew a llama on a Post-It note and put it at eye level.

2. Adjective
Each morning, the proprietors lead llama treks into the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains.

3. Adjective, comparative
And then there's llama trekking – cheese and wine treks through Swan Valley with llamas packing the weight.

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