Definition of Guanas

1. Noun. (plural of guana) ¹



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Definition of Guanas

1. guana [n] - See also: guana

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Guanas

guajira
guam
guama
guan
guana
guanabana
guanabanas
guanabenz
guanabenz acetate
guanacline sulfate
guanaco
guanacoes
guanacos
guanadrel sulfate
guanajuatite
guanas (current term)
guanase
guanases
guanay
guanays
guanazole
guanazolo
guanciale
guanco
guancos
guandao
guanethidine
guanethidine sulfate
guanethidines
guanfacine

Literary usage of Guanas

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1. The Paraná: With Incidents of the Paraguayan War, and South American by Thomas Joseph Hutchinson (1868)
"THE guanas Indians were divided into eight separate segments, for each of which there was a particular and different name. They lived between 20° and 22° of ..."

2. Transatlantic Sketches, Comprising Visits to the Most Interesting Scenes in by James Edward Alexander (1833)
"Boiling. — Curing. — Animating Scene. — The Calabash Estate.—A sucking Thief.—Military Smugglers.—A Dinner party.—Fishing for guanas.—A Buck party. ..."

3. Among the Indians of the Paraguayan Chaco: A Story of Missionary Work in by Wilfred Barbrooke Grubb (1904)
"... they and the guanas are the best of the Indian tribes in these waters. The latter inhabit the neighbourhood of guanas. ..."

4. Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages and Travels from the Discovery of by Forster, R. P (1818)
"... reptiles, also, such as lizards, guanas, and snakes, constitute a part of the subsistence of the lower classes. They are extremely fond of vegetables. ..."

5. Digging, Squatting, and Pioneering Life in the Northern Territory of South by Harriet W. Daly (1887)
"... of his Boat by an Alligator—Snakes—Death of Neptune— Bob Collard and the Python—Seeing the New Year in —A curious Vigil—Other Reptiles—guanas—Lizards. ..."

6. The Isles of Summer, Or, Nassau and the Bahamas by Charles Ives (1880)
"The guanas at " Table Luxury. They are Intoxicated with Whistling Music. Vassar Girls t'harming Turtles. Mountain Crabs. The Hermit Crab a Freebooter. ..."

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