plural noun, singular pam·pa [pam-puh; Spanish pahm-pah] /ˈpæm pə; Spanish ˈpɑm pɑ/.
Origin of pampas
Related Words for pampapasture, prairie, plain, steppe, savanna, field, range, llano, sward, veldt, campo, swarth
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Historical Examples of pampa
It was towards evening, and we were journeying across the pampa.Our Home in the Silver West
He directed Pampa to live in a pond, and pass by the name of Pampasarovara.Castes and Tribes of Southern India
One man—a- 99 - brother of Camillo—had been killed and left on the pampa.At Home with the Patagonians
George Chaworth Musters
There is also the life of the Pampa, of which the principal feature is the Gaucho.
Fourthly, the Pampa, which comprises the central and best known region.
- the extensive grassy plains of temperate South America, esp in Argentina
- (as modifier)pampas dwellers
Word Origin for pampas
"large plains of South America," 1704, from Spanish pampas, plural of pampa, from Quechua (Peru) pampa "a plain."