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Definition of the noun acrobates
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noun - plural: -
- a genus of Phalangeridae
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Phrases ending with the word Acrobates:
- genus acrobates
- Kahlia acrobates
- Kahliella Acrobates
- Telenomus Acrobates
- Hartmannula Acrobates
- Ornithonyssus Acrobates
- species Kahlia acrobates
- Species Kahliella Acrobates
- Species Telenomus Acrobates
- Species Hartmannula Acrobates
- Species Ornithonyssus Acrobates
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The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney (1903)
It is related (Acrobates pygmaeus). to Petaurus, and includes such pygmy petaurists as the opossum-mouse, Acrobates pygmaeus, one of the most diminutive of marsupials, being hardly larger than a mouse. Like various other socalled flying ...
Acrobates), & Gr. akpó3aroc, walking on tiptoe, also going to the top, (akpov, the highest point, top, summit, neut. of ākpoc, highest. topmost, + 3aróc, verbal adj. from Baivetv, go, = E. come, q. v.] 1. A ropedancer; also, one who practises high ...
A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney
Acrobates (akl'ob ' g. - téz), n. [NL.,< Gr. as if 'dxpofldrrig, equiv. to de6,iarog: see acrobat] Agenus or subgcnus of marsupial quadrupeds of the family Phala ngistiilw, peculiar to Australia. It is fl'lnted to Petuunw, and includes such pygmy ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)
It is related to Petaurus, and includes such pygmy petaurists as the opossum- mouse, Acrobates pygmaeus, one of the most diminutive of marsupials, being hardly larger than a mouse. Like various other socalled flying quadrupeds, the ...
by Scott Elias, Cary Mock
Petaurus bre viceps Acrobatidae Acrobates pygmaeus Acrobates sp. Phalangeridae Strigocuscus sp. Trichosurus vu/pecula Trichosurus sp. 1 Trichosurus sp. 2 Hypsiprymnodontidae Prop/eopus chi/lagoonsis 1' Prop/eopus osci/Ians r ...
The Century dictionary (1914)
an encyclopedic lexicon of the English language by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
Pygmy petaurists, or acrobats, also called opossum- mice, are among the very smallest of marsupials : they belong to the genus Acrobates.
A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge
ACROBATES (Gr. «por, high, and /SotVu, ...
Encyclopedia of Antiquities (1843)
And Elements of Archaeology, Classical and Mediæval by Thomas Dudley Fosbroke
a Acrobates, Funambuli, Schemabates, were Rors pancreas, of which there were four kinds; ...
Easter quoll, Dasyurus viverrinus Fat-tailed dunnart, Sminthopsis crassicaudata Feathertail glider, Acrobates pygmaeus Gray short-tailed opossum , Monodelphis domestica Koala, Phascolarctos cinereus Kowari, Dasyuroides byrnei Kultarr, ...
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Agrions acrobates,ponte en tandem
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