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cria

[ kree-uh ]
/ ˈkri ə /
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noun
a baby vicuna, llama, guanaco, or alpaca.
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Origin of cria

From Spanish cría “suckling, litter,” from criar “to rear, suckle,” from Latin creāre “to make, create” (see create)
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