Definition of Pampean

1. a native of the pampas [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pampean

pamaquine
pament
paments
pamidronate
pamidronates
pamidronic acid
pamoate
pamoates
pamoic acid
pampa
pampano
pampas
pampas deer
pampas grass
pampases
pampean (current term)
pampeans
pamper
pampered
pamperer
pamperers
pampering
pampering(a)
pamperingly
pamperize
pamperized
pampero
pamperos
pampers
pamphlet

Literary usage of Pampean

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Geological Observations on the Volcanic Islands and Parts of South America by Charles Darwin (1897)
"SUMMARY—Area of pampean formation—Theories of origin— Source of sediment—Estuary origin— Contemporaneous mith existing mollusca—Relations to ..."

2. The Argentine Republic: Its Development and Progress by Pierre Denis (1922)
"In the pampean region, on the other hand, the population is distributed in a very regular manner, and the mean densities calculated fairly represent the ..."

3. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1906)
"Elliot's permission, let me speak of the eastern side of the Andes, the pampean sea, the prehistoric mammalia, and the pampean formation. ..."

4. The American Race: A Linguistic Classification and Ethnographic Description by Daniel Garrison Brinton (1891)
"THE pampean REGION. South of the dividing upland which separates the waters of the Amazon from those which find their way to the Rio de la Plata, ..."

5. The American Race: A Linguistic Classification and Ethnographic Description by Daniel Garrison Brinton (1901)
"THE pampean REGION. South of the dividing upland which separates the waters of the Amazon from those which find their way to the Rio de la Plata, ..."

6. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"From the pampean Formation of Argentina. (About -fa nat. size.) rhinoceros, of which the entire skeleton is now known (fig. 2). ..."

7. Report of the Annual Meeting (1899)
"Imbedded in the pampean formation, over widely extended areas, have been found ... After the pampean beds were formed, and their southern and eastern margin ..."

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