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Definition of the noun Arara

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Arara is a genus of Psittacidae, described by Spix in 1824.

Arara is a genus of Arctiidae, described by Walker in 1855.

Music

"Arara" is a musical album of Sérgio Mendes.

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Miscellanea

  1. Arara a.k.a. Arará is a minority group in Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and elsewhere in the Caribbean who descend from Fon, Ewe, Popo, Mahi, and other ethnic groups in Dahomey. Arará may also refer to the music, dance, and religion of this group of people.
  2. Arara a.k.a. Karo Language: Ramarama, also known as Karo, is a Tupian language of Brazil. Besides the dialect names, it also goes by a name variously spelled Itanga, Itogapuc, Itogapúk, Ntogapid, Ntogapig.
    • also known as Ramarama, Ntogapig, Itanga, Ntogapid, Itogapuc, Arara-Karo, Uruku, Itogapúk, Arára do Jiparaná, Arára, Ramarama language
  3. Arara a.k.a. Júma Language is an human language.

Phrases with Arara

  1. Genus Arara
  2. bonaci arara
  3. Serranus Arara
  4. Oropezella Arara
  5. Eudromiella Arara
  6. Polypedilum Arara
  7. Species Bonaci Arara
  8. Tuberculobasis Arara
  9. Species Serranus Arara
  10. Species Oropezella Arara
  11. Species Eudromiella Arara
  12. Species Polypedilum Arara

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Google previewDaily Consular and Trade Reports (1913)

arara is a suburb of Bagdad which is growing ...

Google previewThe Phantom Isles (2011)

by Stephen Alter

Arara is an expression used only on Ilhas dos Fantasmas, but it shares the same root as the English word aurora. Like many other words in the island's language, it is a local variation of the European spelling. and help foster puritan values ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1848)

Embracing All the Terms Used in Art, Science and Literature by John Craig (F.G.S. of Glasgow.)

carnifaz is a magnificent bird, a native of Brazil, Guiana, and Surinam, where it is called Arara api: Family, Pipridae. PHOENIcismus, fe-ne-sis'mus, s. (phoinir, red, Gr.) A term employed by Plouquet to designate the measles. PHOENicius ...

Google previewThe Universal English Dictionary (1869)

Comprising the Etymology, Definition, and Pronunciation of All Known Words in the Language, as Well as Technical Terms Used in Art, Science, Literature, Commerce, and Law by John Craig, P. Austin Nuttall

carnifax is a magnificent bird, a native of Brazil, Guiana, and Surinam, where it is called Arara api: Family, Pipridae. PHOENICISMUs, fe-ne-sis'mus, s. (phoinir, red, Gr.) A term employed by Plouquet to designate the measles. PHOENICIU's ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological, Technological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language, Embracing All the Terms Used in Science, Literature and Art (1858)

by John CRAIG (F.G.S.)

carnifaz is a magnificent bird, a native of Brazil, Guiana, and Surinam, where it is called Arara api: Family, Pipridae. PHOENICISMUs, fe-ne-sis'mus, s. (phoinir, red, Gr.) A term employed by Plouquet to designate the measles. PHOENICIUs ...

Google previewA new universal etymological technological, and pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1849)

by John Craig (F.G.S.)

cumifax is a magnificent bird, a native of Brazil, Guiana, and Surinam, where it is called Arara api : Family, Piprida*. PiKi.MciSMi s, fe-ne-sis'mus, *. (phoinix, red, Gr.) A term employed by Plouquet to designate the measles. Phcenicii'S ...

Google previewA New Universal, Technological, Etymological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1854)

by John Craig

camifax is a magnificent bird, a native of Brazil, Guiana, and Surinam, where it is called Arara api : Family, Pipridse. PflUiNICJSMl'g, fc-ne-sis'mus, s. (phoinix, red, Gr.) A ti-rm employed by Plouqnct to designate the measles. PIKENICIUS ...

Google previewA Galla-English, English-Galla Dictionary (1913)

arara. al- (adv.), only. altoko, only once. ala (adv.), outside. alati. aladi («.), half a thaler. alalo (s.), big heavy spear. alaltu («.), sugar-cane trash. alanna (adv.), once. alati (s.), kite, bird of prey, goose. Almost any large bird. alati (adv.), outside .

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

CAROLINA ARARA, or CAROLINA PARROT (Arara Carolinensis), extends much further north in America than any other of the parrot family. It is about 14 inches Macaw. long, gay with green and gold, is gregarious, and commits great ...

Google previewDictionary Gilbert-English (1898)

Arara, v., To herite, to succeed ; Tia ababa : Heir, n., heritage. Ararari, red. ofabaki . Arara, v. Aba ; Abau : V. Aba. Arein, n., Basket. Aremana, Name of Hopper Island, Gilbert, f Авешка, n., Africa. f Aretara, Half a dollar. Ari, n., Harp. f Arotoro, ...

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Trees (2005)

Volume 1: North America by M.M. Grandtner

fava esponja, faveira, faveirabenguÍ, faveira branca, faveira grande, faveira pé de arara ...

Google previewDictionary of Natural History Terms with Their Derivations (1863)

Including the Various Orders, Genera, and Species

Arara'una (Ornith.) from the Brazilian word arara ; one of the Macaws . Arauca'ria (Bot.) from araucams, its Chilian name. Arauca'rites (Fos. Bot .) ...

Google previewNew Comprehensive A-Z Crossword Dictionary (1996)

by Edy G. Schaffer

Australian EMU, KOEL, ARA, ARARA. COOEE. EMEW, KAHU. LEIPOA, COCKATOO. PARDALOTE baker HORNERO bastard wing ALULA beach SANDERLING beak NEB, NIB, BILL, LORA beak part MANDIBLE beaky TOUCAN ...

Google previewA New Malagasy-English Dictionary (1885)

by James Richardson

[arara, f ] A sword. (Prov.) See Arara. Vi'fo'tsy, «. [fotsy, white.] Tin. Vi' ha'zo, «. [hazo, a tree.] The sweet potato. (Bets.) Same as Vomanga, Mbizo (Bets. ), Ovihazo (Bets.), Be- le (Salt.), Anantaraona (Antsih.), and TsntANOA (Prov.).

Google previewDictionary and Grammar of the Language of Saʻa and Ulawa, Solomon Islands (1918)

by Walter George Ivens

wa'arara U. 1. to be timid, nervous, wa'arara 2. to be cold, chilly (of weather), ...

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Small photo of Two red macaws feeding of seeds. Bird from Brazil, also known as Arara Vermelha.Small photo of Two red macaws feeding of seeds on the ground. Bird from Brazil, also known as Arara Vermelha. More...

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