Definition of Llano

1. Noun. An extensive grassy and nearly treeless plain (especially in Latin America).

Geographical relationships: Latin America
Generic synonyms: Champaign, Field, Plain



Definition of Llano

1. n. An extensive plain with or without vegetation.

Definition of Llano

1. Noun. A plain or steppe in parts of Latin America. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Llano

1. an open, grassy plain [n -NOS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Llano

lizardskin
lizardskins
lizardy
lizas
lka
llama
llamah
llamahs
llamalike
llamas
llamoid
llamoids
llandeilo group
llanero
llaneros
llano (current term)
llanos
llc-pk1 cells
lm
lmk
lml
ln
lo-cal
lo-fi
lo-res
lo and behold
lo mein
loa
loach
loaches

Literary usage of Llano

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1. The Journal of Geology by University of Chicago Department of Geology and Paleontology (1904)
"... FROM llano, TEXAS. THERE occurs in the vicinity of llano, Tex., a porphyry which is very interesting ..."

2. Braman's Information about Texas by D. E. E. Braman (1857)
"llano COUNTY. This is a new county, in Western Texas, and in that region where much land was granted to the German colonists: the Colorado river forms its ..."

3. Personal Narrative of Explorations and Incidents in Texas, New Mexico by John Russell Bartlett (1854)
"... appearance of the country—Precarious condition of German settlements on the llano River—Leave the Emigrants' Road—Crossing of the Sail Saba—Community of ..."

4. The Portola Expedition of 1769-1770, Diary of Miguel Costanso by Miguel Costansó, Frederick John Teggart (1911)
"Al llano de los ... Amaneció tambien lloviendo, y no nos fue dable salir del parage que recibió despues, por la razon que diremos el nombre de llano de los ..."

5. Seven Years' Residence in the Great Deserts of North America by Emmanuel Domenech (1860)
"THE llano- ESTACADO. ASPECT OF THE SOLITUDES ON A SUMMER'S NIGHT. THE Indians, surnamed the Eed Skins of the United States, have been perfectly described to ..."

6. Venezuela by Leonard Victor Dalton (1912)
"... outlet of Orinoco—Cumana Series—Shoals and islands—llano gravels—Cubagua beds—Igneous rocks— Earthquakes—Hot springs—A natural kettle—Coal—Iron—Gold ..."

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