Definition of Huanacos

1. Noun. (plural of huanaco) ¹



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Definition of Huanacos

1. huanaco [n] - See also: huanaco

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Huanacos

hryvnyas
hs
hsianghualite
hsien
hsiens
hsp
hsp70
hsp90
hst
hstead
ht
ht29 cell
huamachil
huanaco
huanacoes
huanacos (current term)
huanghuali
huangite
huanglongbing
huapango
huapangos
huaquero
huaqueros
huarache
huaraches
huaracho
huarachos
hub
hub-and-spoke
hub-and-spoke system

Literary usage of Huanacos

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1. Peru by William Hickling Prescott (1900)
"... and the mountains, killing the beasts of prey without mercy, and driving the others, consisting chiefly of the deer of the country, and the huanacos and ..."

2. History of the Conquest of Peru by William Hickling Prescott, John Foster Kirk (1893)
"But the richest store of wool was obtained, not from these domesticated animals, but from the two other species, the huanacos and the vicunas, which roamed ..."

3. A Mining Journey Across the Great Andes: With Explorations in the Silver by Francis Ignacio Rickard (1863)
"Ostrich and Huanaco Hunting—Warning of Game in sight— A Herd of huanacos—Their Habits—Mode of driving them—They are surrounded, and charge—Effects of the ..."

4. The Natural & Moral History of the Indies by José de Acosta (1880)
"Of Paces, huanacos, and Sheep of Peru. There is nothing at Peru of greater riches and profit than the cattell of the country, which our men call Indian ..."

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