Definition of Pampeans

1. pampean [n] - See also: pampean



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pampeans

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

Literary usage of Pampeans

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

1. The American Race: A Linguistic Classification and Ethnographic Description by Daniel Garrison Brinton (1891)
"The pampeans and Araucanians. South of the Gran Chaco, say from south latitude 35°, begins the true Pampas formation. This, according to the geologist ..."

2. The American Race: A Linguistic Classification and Ethnographic Description by Daniel Garrison Brinton (1901)
"The pampeans and Araucanians. South of the Gran Chaco, say from south latitude 35°, begins the true Pampas formation. This, according to the geologist ..."

3. Latin-American [mythology] by Hartley Burr Alexander (1920)
"... and mythology, and the mentally deficient and culturally destitute savages of the island region of austral America. II. EL CHACO AND THE pampeans In ..."

4. The Mythology of All Races by Louis Herbert Gray, George Foot Moore, John Arnott MacCulloch (1920)
"... and mythology, and the mentally deficient and culturally destitute savages of the island region of austral America. II. EL CHACO AND THE pampeans In ..."

5. Three Years' Slavery Among the Patagonians: An Account of His Captivity by Auguste Guinnard (1871)
"THE PAMPAS AND THE pampeans. THE variations of climate .in the Pampas are most regular. It experiences a great difference of temperature between summer and ..."

6. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1871)
"The gait of all Indian women is exceedingly ungraceful ; that of tho pampeans is especially ко, brought on by their seating themselves, through a sense of ..."

7. The Earth and Its Inhabitants by Elisée Reclus (1895)
"They became great riders, and during their leng warlike or migratory expeditions the Ranqueles and pampeans of the Buenos Ay res district never quitted the ..."

8. The Races of Man: An Outline of Anthropology and Ethnography by Joseph Deniker (1900)
"As to the pampeans, they are typical pastoral nomads. ... The pampeans, before being influenced by the Andean or European civilisation, clothed themselves ..."

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