from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The typical genus of fishes of the family Nandidæ, including a few East Indian species.
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- noun Plural form of
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Wild, ostrichlike rheas called nandus wandered the pastures below our balcony, intermingling with noisy, attitudinous black-and-white southern lapwings, chubby cattle, and polo ponies -- their bubble-level playing fields in the foreground a reminder that this version of Eden has been subtly but forcefully shaped to suit the estancia owners 'preoccupations.
Llamas, condors, ostrich-like nandus, flamingos and the reclusive cousin to the llama, vicunas, scatter when the massive convoy rumbles through some of their last natural habitats.
Huge rodents known as carpinchos abound on his reserve, as do the large ostrich-like nandus.
Focuit eigo Dymnus eom piacteiiie, qucm (equebatui i piae. ieitim com quanenti (bcios vcl faUb fUerim nomi - nandus, quo fadiius qui tcntabatui, poilct impclli.
Conciones et orationes ex historicis Latinis excerptae : argumenta singulis praefixa sunt, quae causam cujusque & summam ex rei gestae occasione explicant : opus recognitum recensitumque in usum scholarum Hollandiae & Westfrisiae.