Some in the press tried to cover anaconda, but America seemed to pay little attention.
This is like telling a man wrestling four alligators not to ignore that 30-foot anaconda that just slipped into the pond.
Minaj dropped her newest single anaconda on Monday, a Sir Mix-A-Lot sampling ode to her own assets.
When Nicki Minaj released her “anaconda” music video, the blatant booty was meant to spark a conversation.
Even the more cartoonish way that Minaj is celebrating her ass in the “anaconda” video may not be wise.
The anaconda mine in Butte is the largest producer of silver in the country.
It belongs to the same family, but is known as the anaconda.
J——- paid four sous for admittance, and found that the sea-tiger was nothing but a large seal, and the anaconda altogether a myth.
Duppo has been telling him of the way in which he rescued him from the anaconda.
"I have heard of no one putting you in on any anaconda," he said sarcastically.
1768, a name first used in English to name a Ceylonese python, it was applied erroneously to a large South American boa, called in Brazil sucuriuba. The word is of uncertain origin, and no snake name like it now is found in Sinhalese or Tamil. One suggestion is that it is a Latinization of Sinhalese henacandaya "whip snake," literally "lightning-stem" [Barnhart]. Another suggestion is that it represents Tamil anaikkonda "having killed an elephant" [OED].