Definition of Iglus

1. iglu [n] - See also: iglu



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Iglus

igasuric
igasurine
igasurines
igged
iggied
iggies
igging
iggs
iggy
iggying
ight
igloo
igloolike
igloos
iglu
iglus (current term)
ignaro
ignaroes
ignaros
ignatia
ignatias
ignatius bean
igneal
igneous
igneous rock
ignescent
ignescents
ignicolist
ignicolists
igniferous

Literary usage of Iglus

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

1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1908)
"The long winter-darkness and the added obscurity of the low iglus make necessary, profitable and pleasurable the turning of night into day. ..."

2. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"All properties and all rights of whatever kind used, and^iglus, enjoyed or possessed by, and all interests of whatever kind etc. owned by or vested in or ..."

3. The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries (1909)
"The natives call them iglus, " houses," and they look astonishingly like human handiwork, but each was built by a female seal and in it she brings forth her ..."

4. A Contents-subject Index to General and Periodical Literature by Alfred Cotgreave (1900)
"Valentine's Sea I-'iglus, 1895. Trafalgar Square and National Gallery, London—Hare's Walks in London, 'r Tragedy. ..."

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