Definition of Totaras

1. totara [n] - See also: totara



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Totaras

totalizing
totalled
totalling
totally
totally disconnected
totally intrathoracic stomach
totally ordered set
totally ordered sets
totalness
totals
totanus
totanuses
totaquine
totaquines
totara
totaras (current term)
tote
tote bag
tote bags
tote board
tote boards
tote mism
tote up
toteable
totear
toted
toteless
totem
totem pole
totem poles

Literary usage of Totaras

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

1. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1896)
"... the walking not being quite so bad now, as we were gradually coming to the regions where large trees grew, such as cedars, totaras, and the rata tree, ..."

2. Oceana, Or, England and Her Colonies by James Anthony Froude (1887)
"... over the tops of the totaras. The gun is not made which would bring down a bird from such a height. Once more in the clear country, ..."

3. Fraser's Magazine (1880)
"... about fifty miles from the Arkwrights' ran at Dovedale, stands among evergreens, gum-trees and totaras and at no great distance from the clear waters of ..."

4. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1880)
"Ix the valley of the Rangitata, about fifty miles from the Arkwrights' ran at Dovedale, stands among evergreens, gum-trees and totaras and at no great ..."

5. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1880)
"... about fifty miles from the Arkwrights' run at Dovedale, stands among evergreens, gum-trees and totaras and at no great distance from the clear waters of ..."

6. Climbs in the New Zealand Alps: Being an Account of Travel and Discovery by Edward Arthur FitzGerald (1896)
"The reason of this was that we were gradually emerging into the regions where large trees grew, such as cedars and totaras. I also observed here the ..."

7. Our New Zealand Cousins by James Inglis (1887)
"All is still, as if under a spell—and insensibly we become hushed and almost awed, as we look up to the giant height of the mossy pines and totaras, ..."

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