from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A genus of birds including some of the puffins.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The common puffin, Fratercula arctica. Montagu.
- n. [capitalized] [NL.] A genus of Alcidæ, having the bill much as in Fratercula, but the head adorned with a long curly crest on each side; the tufted puffins.
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- n. puffins
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According to La Tempete des Tropiques, several thousand "bana lunda", as the diamond miners are known, have been forced to retreat into the DRC's southern Tembo and Kahungula regions, across the border Cuango river.
The hippopotami, however, are not hunted, but snared with lunda, the common tripping-trap with spike-drop, which is placed in the runs of this animal, described by every South African traveller, and generally known as far as the Hametic language is spread.
A-lunda) have not the Yao regard for decency, and, although they can seldom or ever be accused of a deliberate intention to expose themselves, the men are relatively indifferent as to whether their nakedness is or is not concealed, though the women are modest and careful in this respect. "
: er cum propheta dici - lus: Ab occukis meis lunda me, D6mine.
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