Origin of llama
Examples from the Web for llama
Since Holmes has been in jail, Benjamin has sent him a letter of support as well as a Christmas card of a llama.
“He once took a picture of himself with a llama for his college application,” she said.
He reported that there was a path leading out of the canyon up to the llama pastures on the lower slopes of the mountains.Inca Land|Hiram Bingham
The alpaco is a domesticated animal, like the llama, but it is not used for carrying burdens.The Forest Exiles|Mayne Reid
He had studied Eastern religions, and claimed to have been initiated as a llama of Tibet.
Those of the Giraffe and Llama (fig. 103) are noticeable for their great length.The Vertebrate Skeleton|Sidney H. Reynolds
The llama and kindred species—the guanaco, vicua, and alpaca—are characteristic of the Andes.
British Dictionary definitions for llama
Word Origin for llama
Word Origin and History for llama
woolly-haired South American ruminant, c.1600, from Spanish llama (1535), from Quechua (Peru) llama.