Definition of Olingo

1. Noun. A small procyonid resembling the kinkajou, native to the rainforests of Central and South America. ¹



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Definition of Olingo

1. a small mammal of Central and South America [n -GOS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Olingo

oligotrophy
oligoubiquitin
oligoubiquitination
oligoubiquitylation
oligoxyloglucan hydrolase
oligoyne
oligoynes
oligozoospermatism
oligozoospermia
oligozoospermias
oligozoospermic
oliguresia
oliguria
oligurias
oligæmia
olingo (current term)
olingos
olio
olios
oliphant
oliphants
oliphaunt
oliphaunts
olisboi
olisbos
olisboses
olitiau
olitories
olitory
oliva

Literary usage of Olingo

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1. Electric Lamps and Electric Lighting: A Course of Four Lectures on Electric by John Ambrose Fleming (1899)
"By W. olingo and A. Brooker. 2s. THE CAPILLARY ELECTROMETER IN THEORY AND PRACTICE. EXERCISES IN ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETIC MEASUREMENTS, with By George J. ..."

2. Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico V. 3/4 by Frederick Webb Hodge (2003)
"... of California called the Spaniards by the name, olingo, that they applied to the Aleut brought thither by the Russians, which seems to be the same word, ..."

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