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  • n. Plural form of puma.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • These are often described as pumas, leopards or panthers.

    Mania News Feed

  • The four-legged machines were known as pumas, sleek stalkers that would patrol the forests from the treetops and drop soundlessly onto any intruders.

    Time Streams

  • After a lengthy review, federal officials concluded there are no breeding populations of cougars - also known as pumas, panthers, mountain lions and catamounts - in the eastern United States.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • The scientists aim to figure out ways to minimize conflicts between humans and mountain lions - also known as pumas and cougars.

    Mongabay.com News

  • Hey ... aren't all you "pumas" supposed to be busy raising money to get your bff Larry Sinclair out of jail?

    McCain: I Will Kill Bin Laden; Obama Won't Say What He'd Do

  • Don't you think that the republican think, not that it is accurate, that this would help get the "pumas" or diehard clinton people to cross over to mcbush thinking that their heros will be back with a vengance in 2012.

    Election Central Sunday Roundup

  • Furthermore, I own several pairs of Pumas, and have romanced South Floridian women three times my age, who I believe they're calling "pumas" these days.

    The Boston Phoenix PHLOG

  • BTW, do any of you out there know that black mountain lions, cougars, pumas, panthers, which ever name you want to call them by, do not exist?

    Mushroom Hunter Meets Mountain Lion

  • There were tigers and pumas fighting each other in her eyes.

    Maybe Maybe

  • Come to El Museo for a family safari and enjoy this Brazilian carnival of exotic birds, dancing monkeys, funny armadillos, and proud pumas.

    El Museo Summer Programs 2010 «

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