Origin of emu
Examples from the Web for emu
Contemporary Examples of emu
Gordon Brown, too, resisted the siren calls of the Europhiles in his own party to take Britain into the EMU.Niall Ferguson: Great Britain Saves Itself by Rejecting the EU
December 10, 2011
Historical Examples of emu
Tommy also shot an emu that came to water, and which we carried to camp.
They had collected some of the emu feathers, which were lying all about.
Of the thirty species of grallatores the most remarkable is the emu.
Can it be the Emu engaged with a man-of-war, by any possibility?
We could here gain no intelligence of the Emu, so we again sailed.
Word Origin for emu
"large Australian bird," 1610s, probably from Portuguese ema "crane, ostrich," of unknown origin.