Origin of puma
Examples from the Web for puma
Typhoon fighter jets will patrol the skies, and Puma helicopters will be at the ready with airborne snipers.
Next up: “Pushing the reset button” and transferring Puma to more environmentally friendly fabrics.
But posters at the PUMA sites were unimpressed: "Nobody believes it's for real, except the Kool-Aid drinkers themselves."
The existing animals of the pampas include the puma, the South American lion, while the birds are numerous.
Puma walked into the inner waiting room, where a telephone operator sat reading a book.The Crimson Tide|Robert W. Chambers
As he straightened up, a hundred pounds of puma landed upon him.The Inca Emerald|Samuel Scoville
Even the roar of an alligator or the cry of a puma could not have kept me awake.In the Wilds of Florida|W.H.G. Kingston
Joes attitude was as wary as that of a puma about to spring.The Heart of Canyon Pass|Thomas K. Holmes
British Dictionary definitions for puma
Word Origin for puma
Word Origin and History for puma
1777, from Spanish puma, from Quechua (Peru) puma.