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Definition of pume

pume
Stint Stint, n. (Zo["o]l.) (a) Any one of several species of small sandpipers, as the sanderling of Europe and America, the dunlin, the little stint of India (Tringa minuta), etc. Called also pume. (b) A phalarope.
Pume
Pume Pume, n. (Zo["o]l.) A stint.

Meaning of pume from wikipedia

- Yaruro people (Pumé) are Cir****-Caribbean tribe and indigenous people of Venezuela. They live in the savanna plains of Venezuela called the Llanos, located...
- The Yaruro language (also spelled Llaruro or Yaruru; also called Yuapín or Pumé) is an indigenous language spoken by Yaruro people, along the Orinoco, Cinaruco...
- ("fruit of the orange tree", with mela "fruit") as pume orenge (with pume "fruit"). Although pume orenge is attested earlier than melarancio in available...
- uncl****ified languages that fall under larger families: Maku (mako) (266) Pumé (4.061) Sapé (25) (arutani-sapé languages ?) Uruak (39) (arutani-sapé languages ...
- Carib Akawaio ****rería Mapoyo Yawarana Hodï Puinave Jivi Barí Uruak Sapé Pumé Piaroa Yanomamö Sanemá Yanam Yeral Ethnic groups (2011) 51.6% Mestizo (mixed...
- existence, repelling attempts to engage with and contact them. The Savanna Pumé of Venezuela also live in an area that is inhospitable to large scale economic...
- A.; Levin, L.; Finke, M.; Gates, D.; Gavalda, M.; Zeppenfeld, T.; Zhan, Puming (1 April 1997). "J****-III: speech-to-speech translation in multiple languages"...
- — — "My Boyfriend Says Thank You" 2015 — — — Non-album singles "Sweet Pume Pume" (feat. Monokim) — — — "Don't Come Back" (feat. Junhyung) 2016 11 — —...
- reorganisation of the Croatian Armed Forces, the 2nd Mechanized Battalion "Pume" was created with the amalgamation Croatia's wartime 7th Guards Brigade "Pumas"...
- people, western Colombia Picara, western Colombia Pozo, western Colombia Pumé (Yaruro), Venezuela Quimbaya, central Colombia, 4th–7th centuries CE Quinchia...
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