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Larra

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Definition of the noun Larra

What does Larra mean as a name of something?

Larra is a genus of Crabronidae, described by Fabricius in 1793.

Character

Larra is a fictional character in the 2009 horror film REC 2.

Writings

"Larra" is a book by Francisco Umbral.

  • also known as "Larra, anatomía de un dandy"; Larra, anatomía de un dandy

Phrases with Larra

Phrases starting with the word Larra:

  1. Larra Alecto
  2. Larra Polita
  3. Larra Hirtula
  4. Larra Pinguis
  5. Larra Anathema
  6. Larra Femorata
  7. Larra Scelesta
  8. Larra Annulatus
  9. Larra Continuus
  10. Larra Pubescens
  11. Larra Carbonaria
  12. Larra Amplipennis
  13. Larra Bipunctatus
  14. Larra Melanocnemis
  15. Larra Fenchihuensis
  16. Larra Pompiliformis

Phrases ending with the word Larra:

  1. genus Larra
  2. Phoebis Larra

Other phrases containing the word Larra:

  1. Species Larra Alecto
  2. Species Larra Hirtula

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Larra

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Google previewPolitical Economy of Contemporary India (2017)

by R. Nagaraj, Sripad Motiram

LARRA is a complex piece of legislation. It is beyond the scope of this chapter to describe and analyse it in depth. But four features are worth noting in brief. First, the Act takes the unusual step of recognizing that state-facilitated development ...

Google previewThe Bees in Your Backyard (2015)

A Guide to North America's Bees by Joseph S. Wilson, Olivia J. Messinger Carril

Larra is a genus of wasp that this tiny bee closely resembles. The first scientist to examine this dead specimen thought it was a new kind of wasp, not a new bee. Like Oreopasites, Neolarra are also microscopically small (0.05–0.25 inch), with ...

Google previewMachado (1969)

A Dialogue with Time

Yet Larra is a relatively remote ancestor. The most obvious and immediate influences are neither Spanish nor primarily literary, for the mind of the Generation was shaped largely by Leibniz, Spinoza, Kant, Schopenhauer, Kierkegaard, ...

Google previewIndigenous and Minority Placenames (2014)

Australian and International Perspectives by Ian D. Clark, Luise Hercus, Laura Kostanski

Larra is the Wathawurrung word for 'stony'; ...

Google previewAustralian Pastoral (2007)

The Making of a White Landscape by Jeanette Hoorn

Larra is a highly improved estate and the beneficial effects of improvements as subdivision, providing water and shelter ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia ... (1830)

by Sir David Brewster

LARRA. Panzer, Spinola, Latreille. LIRIs ...

Google previewThe English Dialect Dictionary, Being the Complete Vocabulary of All Dialect Words Still in Use, Or Known to Have Been in Use During the Last Two Hundred Years: F-M (1900)

by Joseph Wright

LARRA, sb. Dor. Som. Dev. Also written lara Dev. ; and in form lar. li'ran] Any round piece of wood turned by a lathe ; t e bar ofa gate or stile, the rail of a fence; the bar ofa rack; the round joining the legs of a chair. See Late. Dor.(W.C.) Som.

Google previewThe English dialect dictionary (1903)

by Joseph Wright

LARRA, sb. Dor. Som. Dev. Also written lara Dev.; and in form lar. [1511's.] Any round piece of wood turned by a lathe; the bar ofa gate or stile, the rail of a fence; the bar ofa rack; the round joining the legs of a chair. See Lare. Dor.(\V.C.) Som.

Google previewDictionary of Mexican Literature (1992)

by Eladio Cortés

Mariano José de Larra, "Representación de la comedia nueva de D. Manuel Eduardo de Gorostiza titulada Contigo pan y cebolla," in Revista Española (1883 ), reproduced in Artículos de crítica literaria y artística (Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, 1960) ...

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Small photo of Anie mountain, Larra Belagua, Navarra, SpainSmall photo of SALAMANCA, SPAIN, APRIL - 17, 2016: The baroque portal of church Iglesia de San Sebastian with the St. of Holy Jose de Larra de Churriguera (18. cent.).Small photo of Salamanca - The portal of church Iglesia de San Blas with the St. of Holy Jose de Larra de Churriguera (18. cent.).Small photo of SALAMANCA, SPAIN, APRIL - 17, 2016: The baroque portal of church Iglesia de San Sebastian with the St. of Holy Jose de Larra de Churriguera (18. cent.).Small photo of MADRID, SPAIN - JULY 2, 2011: A bust of Mariano Jose de Larra in Madrid.Small photo of New build house, La Grand Larra, Gap, Haute Provence, France.Small photo of Madrid, Spain - October 14, 2017: Outdoor view of Museum of Romanticism of Madrid. It exhibits items of the romantic writer Larra More...

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Scrabble value of L1A1R1R1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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