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Llama vs. Lama

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Llamanoun

A South American mammal of the camel family, Lama glama, used as a domestic beast of burden and a source of wool and meat.

Lamanoun

A master of Tibetan Buddhism.

Llamanoun

A South American ruminant (Auchenia llama), allied to the camels, but much smaller and without a hump. It is supposed to be a domesticated variety of the guanaco. It was formerly much used as a beast of burden in the Andes, and is also kept on some ranches in the United States.

Lamanoun

See Llama.

Llamanoun

The fleece of the llama{1}, a fine, soft wool-like hair.

Lamanoun

In Tibet, Mongolia, etc., a priest or monk of the belief called Lamaism.

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Llamanoun

wild or domesticated South American cud-chewing animal related to camels but smaller and lacking a hump

Lamanoun

a Tibetan or Mongolian priest of Lamaism

Llamanoun

a domesticated pack animal of the camel family found in the Andes, valued for its soft woolly fleece.

Lamanoun

llamas

Llamanoun

the wool of the llama.

Lamanoun

an honorific title applied to a spiritual leader in Tibetan Buddhism, whether a reincarnate lama or one who has earned the title in life.

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Llamanoun

cloth made from the wool of the llama.

Lamanoun

a Tibetan or Mongolian Buddhist monk.

Llama

The llama (; Spanish pronunciation: [ˈʎama]) (Lama glama) is a domesticated South American camelid, widely used as a meat and pack animal by Andean cultures since the Pre-Columbian era. Llamas are very social animals and live with others as a herd.

Lama

Lama (Tibetan: བླ་མ་, Wylie: bla-ma; ) is a title for a teacher of the Dharma in Tibetan Buddhism. The name is similar to the Sanskrit term guru, meaning , endowed with qualities the student will eventually embody.

‘chief’; ‘heavy one’;

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