Amer. Ind.

Amer. Ind.
abbrev.
American Indian

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  • Amer. Ind. — Amer. Ind. abbrev. American Indian * * * …   Universalium

  • Am|er|ind — «AM uhr ihnd», noun, adjective. = Amerindian. (Cf. ↑Amerindian) ╂[< Amer(ican) Ind(ian)] …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Keres — [ kɛrɛs] noun (plural same) 1》 a member of a Pueblo Indian people inhabiting parts of New Mexico. 2》 the language of the Keres, of unknown affinity. Origin from Amer. Sp. Queres, from Amer. Ind …   English new terms dictionary

  • abalone — [ˌabə ləʊni] noun an edible mollusc of warm seas, with a shallow ear shaped shell lined with mother of pearl. [Genus Haliotis.] Origin C19: from Amer. Sp. abulones, plural of abulón, from aulón, the name in an Amer. Ind. lang. for Monterey Bay,… …   English new terms dictionary

  • Кейп Код — Вид на полуостров Кейп Код и залив Кейп Код из космоса. Кейп Код (англ. Cape Cod «мыс трески») полуостров на северо востоке США в 120 км от Бостона, самая восточная точка штата Массачусетс. Отделяет залив Кейп Код от Атлантического океана.… …   Википедия

  • Мыс Код — Вид на полуостров Кейп Код и залив Кейп Код из космоса. Кейп Код (англ. Cape Cod «мыс трески») полуостров на северо востоке США в 120 км от Бостона, самая восточная точка штата Массачусетс. Отделяет залив Кейп Код от Атлантического океана.… …   Википедия

  • AmerInd — American Indian. Also, Amer. Ind. * * * …   Universalium

  • coyote — /kuy oh tee, kuy oht/, n., pl. coyotes, (esp. collectively) coyote. 1. Also called prairie wolf. a buffy gray, wolflike canid, Canis latrans, of North America, distinguished from the wolf by its relatively small size and its slender build, large… …   Universalium

  • lodge — {{11}}lodge (n.) mid 13c. in surnames and place names; late 13c. as small building or hut, from O.Fr. loge arbor, covered walk; hut, cabin, grandstand at a tournament, from Frankish *laubja shelter (Cf. O.H.G. louba porch, gallery, Ger. Laube… …   Etymology dictionary

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