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Definition of huanaco

huanaco
Guanaco Gua*na"co (gw[.a]*n[aum]"k[-o]), n.; pl. Guanacos (-k[=o]z). [Sp. guanaco, Peruv. huanacu. Cf. Huanaco.] (Zo["o]l.) A South American mammal (Auchenia huanaco), allied to the llama, but of larger size and more graceful form, inhabiting the southern Andes and Patagonia. It is supposed by some to be the llama in a wild state. [Written also huanaco.]
Huanaco
Huanaco Hua*na"co, n. (Zo["o]l.) See Guanaco.

Meaning of huanaco from wikipedia

- America, closely related to the llama. Its name comes from the Quechua word huanaco (modern spelling wanaku). Young guanacos are called chulengos. Guanacos...
- Kimray (Quechua wanaku guanaco, kimray slope, "guanaco slope", also spelled Huanaco Quimray) is a 4,084-metre-high (13,399 ft) mountain in the Bolivian Andes...
- Platnick & Brescovit, 1995 — Chacabuco Province, central Chile Unicorn huanaco Platnick & Brescovit, 1995 — La Paz Department, Bolivia Unicorn sikus González...
- Wanaku (Aymara and Quechua for guanaco, also spelled Guanaco, Huanaco, Huanacu) may refer to: Wanaku (Chuquisaca), a mountain in the Chuquisaca Department...
- Tuco, Tuku, Tucu (possibly from Quechua tuku, owl) or Huanaco Punta (possibly from Quechua wanaku guanaco and Spanish punta peak, ridge; first, before...
- "Alakaluf fuegians, dressed in huanaco skins" (ca. 1882)....
- volcanism. In the Eastern Cordillera of Peru, Precambrian magmatism in the Huanaco region produced ultramafic, mafic and felsic rocks, including serpentinite...
- (Linnaeus); the alpaca, Vicugna pacos (Linnaeus); the guanaco (from the Quechua huanaco), Lama guanicoe (Müller); and the vicuña, Vicugna vicugna (Molina) The...
- of South America. It is found in Peru and Ecuador, most notably in the Huanaco region, where it inhabits the Rio Aquas, the Rio Amarillae, a tributary...
- are about 20,000 children in orphanages." Casa Hoger Lamedas Pampa, in Huanaco. Prior to the establishment of state care for orphans in First World countries...
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