Definition of Iguanas
1. Noun. (plural of iguana) ¹
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Definition of Iguanas
1. iguana [n] - See also: iguana
Medical Definition of Iguanas
1. Large herbivorous tropical american lizards. (12 Dec 1998)
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Literary usage of Iguanas
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1. The Reptile Book: A Comprehensive, Popularised Work on the Structure and by Raymond Lee Ditmars (1907)
"One inhabits Lower California; the other extends northward from Mexico into southern Arizona. Distribution of the iguanas.—The large and powerful lizards, ..."
2. The Naturalist in Nicaragua: A Narrative of a Residence at the Gold Mines of by Thomas Belt (1888)
"iguanas and' lizards—Granada—Politics—Revolution—Cacao cultivation—Masaya—The Lake of Masaya—The volcano of Masaya— Origin of the lake basin. ..."
3. Adventure Guide to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands by Peter Krahenbul (2003)
"iguanas There are three species of iguanas on the islands. ... Common along the rocky shores of most islands, marine iguanas tend to pile on top of each ..."
4. Mexico's Pacific Coast by Vivien Lougheed (2004)
"Playa Boca de iguanas Turn at Km 17 off Highway 200 and follow the road for ... Places to Stay & Eat Hotel Boca de iguanas, no phone, has very basic rooms ..."
5. The Native Tribes of South Australia by George Taplin, James Dominick Woods (1879)
"... FUNERAL RITES, DEATH SPELL, MAKING OF RAIN, MAKING WILD FOWL LAY EGGS, MAKING iguanas, SUPERSTITION ABOUT TREES AND iguanas, REMEDY FOR ACCIDENTS, ..."
6. Among the Indians of Guiana: Being Sketches Chiefly Anthropologic from the by Everard Ferdinand Im Thurn (1883)
"... Birds—Scenes of Bird-Life—Hep- tiles—Alligators—iguanas — Snakes—Turtles—Fish—The Dangers of Bathing—Insect Plagues — Butterflies—Beetles —Ants—Wasps— ..."
7. The Historical Writings of John Fiske by John Fiske (1902)
"The sailors saw many of these creatures, and were afraid to touch them lest they might have a venomous bite, but the natives iguanas and esteemed them as ..."