Definition of Timaraus

1. timarau [n] - See also: timarau



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Timaraus

tiltmeters
tiltorama
tiltoramas
tiltrotor
tiltrotors
tilts
tilty
tiltyard
tiltyards
tim-whiskey
tim-whiskies
timal
timaline
timar
timarau
timaraus (current term)
timariot
timariots
timars
timba
timbal
timbale
timbale case
timbalero
timbaleros
timbales
timbals
timber
timber-camp
timber-framed

Literary usage of Timaraus

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1. The Philippine Islands and Their People: A Record of Personal Observation by Dean Conant Worcester (1898)
"We came to a puddle, in which muddy currents, caused by the timaraus passage, had not ceased to spread, and I knew that my game was within a few yards of me ..."

2. The Philippine Islands and Their People: A Record of Personal Observation by Dean Conant Worcester (1898)
"We came to a puddle, in which muddy currents, caused by the timaraus passage, had not ceased to spread, and I knew that my game was within a few yards of me ..."

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