Origin of marmot
Examples from the Web for marmot
Historical Examples of marmot
The marmot in a few minutes ran out of his hole to a neighbor's doorway.Beasts, Men and Gods
Those are to help him dig, for all the Marmot family are great diggers.
He belongs to the Marmot branch, but he is a Squirrel just the same.
A marmot, perhaps,” said Melchior; “there are many of the little things about here.The Crystal Hunters
George Manville Fenn
The marmot coming out of his hole smelled the bait on the string.The Later Cave-Men
Katharine Elizabeth Dopp
Word Origin for marmot
Alpine rodent, c.1600, from French marmotte, from Romansch (Swiss) murmont (assimilated to Old French marmote "monkey"), from Latin murem montis "mountain mouse."