Definition of Carjacou
1. cariacou [n -S] - See also: cariacou
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Literary usage of Carjacou
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Illustrated Natural History by John George Wood (1865)
"The same author remarks, that the speed of the carjacou, when swim in ing, is vr. considerable ... That the carjacou is a good leaper has been already seen, ..."
2. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People by Ephraim Chambers (1870)
"Carisbrooke Castle, Wig/mi, isle of carjacou, Car/acow. Carte Sunday, Care Sunday. Carlingford Bay, Down. Carlingford )mls. ..."
3. Dictionary of Natural History Terms with Their Derivations: Including the by David Hudson Mac Nicoll (1863)
"Latinized form of the native name carjacou. Ca'rica (Bot.) fp. name of Ficus, from its abundance in Curia. Cario'SUS-a-um (Zool.) Lat. worm-;aten, rotten. ..."
4. Winston's Cumulative Loose-leaf Encyclopedia: A Comprehensive Reference Bookedited by Charles Morris edited by Charles Morris (1921)
"He wrote many oratorios, cantatas, and motets, and occupies an important place in the history of music. CarjaCOU (ka-'ja-ko). See Conoco«. ..."
5. List of the Osteological Specimens in the Collection of the British Museum by British Museum (Natural History), John Edward Gray, Dept. of Zoology, George Robert Gray (1847)
"Skull. Hudson's Bay. Presented by the Hudson's Bay Company. Skull. Hudson's Bay. Presented by the Hudson's Bay Company. The MEXICAN carjacou. ..."