Origin of panda
Examples from the Web for panda
Contemporary Examples of panda
Vineberg's were said by police to be Panda, Black List, or Red Bull.A Sax Player, Then a Suspect After Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Final Act
February 7, 2014
The National Zoo removed its panda cam from the Web, so we did what had to be done.
The dreaded government shutdown has claimed its tiniest, most beloved victim: the National Zoo's panda cam.
The video included a scene in which a female intern wearing a panda suit simulates performing oral sex on Hillary Clinton.What do FreedomWorks, Interns, and Panda Costumes Have in Common?
February 14, 2013
At least by Chinese standards, moreover, transforming your pooch into a panda can eat up a lot of time and money.China’s Dog-Dyeing Craze: Once Shunned, Pet Pooches Now Embraced
July 8, 2012
Historical Examples of panda
There's just me and Bobby and the panda, and Bobby promised he'd take care of me because he's my friend.
Then Bobby liked the panda, and the three of us played out in the barn all day.
Now Bobby and I and the panda are all together and I'm glad mommy and daddy are gone.
We decided not to tell mommy and daddy about the panda, and kept it for our own secret.
I said I want Bobby to hurt you and mommy because you're not nice to me, only Bobby and my panda are nice to me.
Word Origin for panda
1835, from French, apparently from the Nepalese name of a raccoon-like mammal (lesser panda) found there. First reference to the Giant Panda is from 1901; since its discovery in 1869 by French missionary Armand David (1826-1900) it had been known as parti-colored bear, but the name was changed after the zoological relationship to the red panda was established.