Definition of Burro

1. Noun. Small donkey used as a pack animal.

Generic synonyms: Domestic Ass, Donkey, Equus Asinus



Definition of Burro

1. n. A donkey.

Definition of Burro

1. Noun. a small donkey ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Burro

1. a small donkey [n -ROS]

Medical Definition of Burro

1. A donkey. Origin: Sp, an ass. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

Burro Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Burro

burrells
burrels
burrer
burrers
burrfish
burrhel
burrhels
burrier
burriest
burring
burring machine
burrito
burritolike
burritos
burrlike
burro (current term)
burro deer
burrobrush
burrock
burrocks
burros
burrow
burrowed
burrower
burrowers
burrowing
burrowing hairs
burrowing parrot
burrowing parrots
burrowlike

Literary usage of Burro

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1. The Wonders of the Colorado Desert (southern California) Its Rivers and Its by George Wharton James (1906)
"Centuries before the camel was brought to our American shores the burro had proven his worth, ... The burro knows many things better than most white men, ..."

2. Smith of Bear City: And Other Frontier Sketches by George Tower Buf̀f́um (1906)
"... a rich South African engineer might have been seen reading his mail gathered from all quarters of the globe. What is his connection with the burro? you ..."

3. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1917)
"September, 1916) THE power plant of the burro Mountain Copper Co. is located near Tyrone, NM, at 5950 ft. elevation. It is interesting because it uses the ..."

4. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1916)
"Geology of the burro Mountains Copper District, New Mexico BY RE SOMERS, ... Location, Topography, and Climate THE burro Mountains are located in the ..."

5. The Uganda Protectorate: An Attempt to Give Some Description of the Physical by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1902)
"... EL burro between nearly 8000 and 13000 feet, one looks down, ... being represented by the steaming fissures in the broken ground about El burro. ..."

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