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Definition of Arara

Arara
Arara A*ra"ra, n. [Native name.] (Zo["o]l.) The palm (or great black) cockatoo, of Australia (Microglossus aterrimus).

Meaning of Arara from wikipedia

- Arará people are an Afro-Cuban ethnoreligious group descendant from the Dahomey kingdom of West Africa, and retain a separate identity, religion, and...
- Arara may refer to: Arará, an African-Cuban ethnic group Arara (Pará), an indigenous people of Pará, Brazil Arara (Rondônia), an indigenous people of...
- Pau de Arara [ˈpaʊ d͡ʒi aˈɾaɾɐ] is a Portuguese term that literally translates to "macaw's perch". The term originates from the habit of tying birds to...
- Tuberculobasis arara is a species of damselfly in the family Coenagrionidae first identified in Rondônia, Brazil. Machado, Angelo BM. "Denticulobasis...
- The Arara people, also called Arara do Pará are an indigenous people of Brazil, living in the state of Pará, Brazil. They are known for both their prowess...
- Araras (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɐˈɾaɾɐs]) is a muni****lity located in the interior of State of São Paulo, Brazil. The po****tion is 118,898 as of the...
- as "Arara" to outsiders, including the Arara of Pará and the Kwaza. Their language is part of the Monde branch of the Tupian languages. The Arara were...
- Arára is a Cariban language of Pará, Brazil. It is spoken by the Arara and perhaps other related groups. Two of the sixteen consonants, /ʙ̥, h/ occur infrequently...
- Coordinates: 06°49′40″S 35°45′28″W / 6.82778°S 35.75778°W / -6.82778; -35.75778 Arara is a muni****lity in the state of Paraíba in northeastern Brazil. It is...
- Sharanawa (= Marinawa), Shawannawa (= Arara), Yawanawá, Yaminawa-arara (obsolescent; very similar to Shawannawa/Arara), Nehanawa†). Very few Yaminawá speak...
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