noun, plural gua·na·cos.
Origin of guanaco
Examples from the Web for guanaco
By the way, when you fire at a guanaco they will sway their heads downwards with an odd sort of ducking motion.
The range where guanaco really become plentiful is about eighty miles away from Sandy Point.Across Patagonia|Lady Florence Dixie
While on Mount Frias my attention was drawn away from the cattle by what I took to be an instance of albinism in the guanaco.
The flesh of the guanaco is excellent, something resembling mutton; the young guanaco being more like very tender veal.At Home with the Patagonians|George Chaworth Musters
The ostrich rugs, which are made here, are more ornamental, though not so warm and light as the guanaco robes.A Voyage in the 'Sunbeam'|Annie Allnut Brassey