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Definition of the noun Katahdin
What does Katahdin mean as a name of something?
- [singulare tantum] A particular breed of sheep.
- [countable] A sheep of that breed.
Phrases with Katahdin
- Zapada katahdin
- Pedicia katahdin
- Spilogona katahdin
- Tricyphona katahdin
- species Zapada katahdin
- species Pedicia katahdin
- Oeneis polixenes katahdin
- species Spilogona katahdin
- species Tricyphona katahdin
- subspecies Oeneis polixenes katahdin
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The John McPhee Reader (2011)
by John McPhee
We move out onto it and look to the right down miles of water and far beyond to the high Katahdin massif. Katahdin is a mile high. The lake's elevation is less than a thousand feet. Katahdin stands alone. The vast terrain around it is the next .
In Three Parts. Part I.--Geographical Orthography ... Part II.--A Grammar of Geography ... Part III.--A Description of the Earth ... by Daniel Adams
Katahdin is a lofty mountain, about eighty- miles north of Bangor. Agamenticus, in the town of York, is a mountain of considerable eminence, and a noted land mark for mariners. Rivers.
Scientific American (1893)
The Katahdin is a twin screw armor plated vessel, built from the designs of Rear Admiral Daniel Ammen, and is based upon the personal experience of the admiral in the use of and the defense against rams in our civil war, 1861-65. The plans ...
Cassier's Magazine (1898)
The Katahdin is a somewhat modified form of the type proposed by Rear Admiral Daniel Arnmen, U. S. N. This distinguished officer has given much attention to the subject of coast-defence, to the strategical and tactical value of the ram therein, ...
by University of Missouri--Columbia. Agricultural Experiment Station
Katahdin is a new introduction which matures a little later than Green Mountain. It is shallow eyed, glossy and white skinned and is resistant to mosaic. More information on the performance of this variety under Missouri conditions is necessary ...
Affording Popular Descriptions and Practical Observations on the Habits, Properties of Nearly All the Ornamental and Useful Plants Found Native in the State by Frank Lamson- Scribner
Katahdin is a very pretty species, eight to ten inches high, having a single large rose-purpie flower. The Common Evening Primrose — CEnothera biennis — is'sometimes seen in gardens.
When North Winds Blow (1922)
by Walter Crane Emerson
m Katahdin is a mountain, and a mountain is "an elevation higher than a hill, and often abrupt but without great extent of surface at its summit." A purely vegetable and mineral production therefore, earth, rocks, trees, shrubs, grass and ...
Day Hikes by Victoria Logue, Frank Logue
Katahdin is a difficult day hike, but the walk is well worth the effort ...
Moon Maine (2014)
by Hilary Nangle
(Katahdin is a Penobscot Indian word meaning “greatest mountain,” making “ Mount Katahdin” redundant.) Maine's largest lake is Moosehead, in Greenville, 32 miles long and 20 miles across at its widest point, with a maximum depthof 246 ...
Rock, Alpine, and Ice Routes from the Gunks to Acadia by S. Peter Lewis, David Horowitz
A trip to Katahdin is a small expedition and climbing here is serious, so you must be prepared in every way. Because of the extensive ski-in approach, most winter climbers ...
by Rand McNally and Company
Katahdin is an isolated summit, 5,20u feet in height, of remarkable form, and apparently an outpost of the Appalachian uplift, connecting the White Mountains with the lofty ranges of the Gaspe Peninsula; the peaks of the Presidential range ...
Oregon Teachers' Monthly (1912)
Katahdin is a big mountain.
Biology Pamphlets (1920)
Katahdin is a very pretty species, eight to ten inches high, having a single large rose-purpie flower. The Common Evening Primrose — Œnolhera biennis — is sometimes seen in gardens.
Naval vessels. General (1898)
The Katahdin is a somewhat modified form of the type proposed by Rear Admiral Daniel Ammen, U. S. N. This distinguished officer has given much attention to the subject of coast- defence, to the strategical and tactical value of the ram therein ...
The Encyclopedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information
The highest peak is Mt Katahdin ( 5200 ft.) ...
The Popular American Dictionary, on the Basis of Webster, Worcester, Johnson, and the Most Eminent English and American Authorities, [containing Over 32,000 Words ...] (1885)
Katahdin (ka-tah'din), [Ind.], the highest place.
by Kenneth J. Blume
Katahdin (in 1862), ...
Jordan Hills, Hancock County Jordan Island, Hancock County Jordan, Mount, Hancock County Jordan Pond, Hancock County Joy Pond, Pittston Joy Ridge, Whitefield Katahdin Iron Works Katahdin, Mount 1 Kebo, Mount, Hancock County ...
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- Katahdin 1/2 Up
katahdin millinocket maine
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- Katahdin, top
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- Mt. Katahdin, Maine
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- Mount Katahdin
As seen about 60 or so miles away.
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- Knife's Edge on Mt. Katahdin, Maine
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- Knife's Edge, Katahdin
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- Halfway up Katahdin
Looking back on the trail from the Northern Terminus of the AT.
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Scrabble value of K5A1T1A1H4D2I1N1
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