Definition of Takahes

1. Noun. (plural of takahe) ¹



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Definition of Takahes

1. takahe [n] - See also: takahe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Takahes

taiver
taivered
taivering
taivers
taivert
taj
tajassu
tajes
tajine
tajines
tak
taka
takable
takadiastase
takahe
takahes (current term)
takamaka
takamakas
takanelite
takas
takayasu's arteritis
takayasu arteritis
takbir
takbirs
take
take-away
take-home
take-home pay
take-homes
take-in

Literary usage of Takahes

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1. Nature's Strongholds: The World's Great Wildlife Reserves by Laura Riley, William Riley (2005)
"takahes with blue breasts and green backs, believed extinct until rediscovered here, survive in a valley named after them. Glowworms cover cavern walls and ..."

2. New Zealand by Peter Hinze (1998)
"The Te Ana-au Caves are located at the edge of the takahe area, where about 100 takahes still live. For many years, it was believed that these flightless ..."

3. Nature's Strongholds: The World's Great Wildlife Reserves by Laura Riley, William Riley (2005)
"takahes with blue breasts and green backs, believed extinct until rediscovered here, survive in a valley named after them. Glowworms cover cavern walls and ..."

4. New Zealand by Peter Hinze (1998)
"The Te Ana-au Caves are located at the edge of the takahe area, where about 100 takahes still live. For many years, it was believed that these flightless ..."

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