Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Either of two large flightless South American birds, Rhea americana or R. pennata (syn. Pterocnemia pennata), having gray-brown plumage, a long neck and legs, and three-toed feet.

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  • noun A large flightless bird of the genus Rhea, native to South America.

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[New Latin Rhea, genus name, probably from Latin, the wife of Cronus; see Rhea.]

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Modern Latin, from the mother of Zeus in Greek mythology, Rhea, from Ancient Greek Ῥέα.

Examples

  • Labels: al rhea, james rydland, maricela perez, school board, west aurora school district 129

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • I had to uncheck a few from my tweetdeck list due to their twitto-rhea.

    Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » 92% Useless

  • We've rounded up pics of baby cougars in Ohio, some playful panda cubs, a newly hatched rhea and even a seal pup.

    Animal Photos Of The Week

  • We've rounded up pics of baby cougars in Ohio, some playful panda cubs, a newly hatched rhea and even a seal pup.

    Animal Photos Of The Week

  • We've rounded up pics of baby cougars in Ohio, some playful panda cubs, a newly hatched rhea and even a seal pup.

    Animal Photos Of The Week

  • We've rounded up pics of baby cougars in Ohio, some playful panda cubs, a newly hatched rhea and even a seal pup.

    Animal Photos Of The Week

  • I had to uncheck a few from my tweetdeck list due to their twitto-rhea.

    Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » 92% Useless

  • We've rounded up pics of baby cougars in Ohio, some playful panda cubs, a newly hatched rhea and even a seal pup.

    Animal Photos Of The Week

  • Darwin provides examples such as the rhea and ostrich, agouti and rabbit, coypu and beaver, capybara and muskrat.

    Convergence

  • Daumier is what i was going to google in relation to Powhida - who is prolific, so i think you have to go wih the greatest hits rather than the whatever is clever - amoebic logo-rhea is never good for quality, look at Ed Winkleman's blog - pretty much unreadable unless you have tons of time.

    Final comments on the art of William Powhida

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