Definitions

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  • adjective Wolf (attributive); used in taxonomic names for organisms that often have English names of the form "Wolf's ..."

Etymologies

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Named in a pseudo-Latin manner for any of several naturalists named Wolf.

Examples

  • Expat Hun: @wolfi: are you still entertaining us with the crap about what Mrs. wolfi does or does not do?

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  • Expat Hun: @wolfi: are you still entertaining us with the crap about what Mrs. wolfi does or does not do?

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  • Some occur in the most humid parts ranging into the Chocó forest of Colombia such as Crypturellus berlepschi, Penelope ortoni, Aramides wolfi, Pyrrhura orcesi, Thalurania hypochlora, Scytalopus robbinsi, Cephalopterus penduliger, Dacnis berlepschi, Diglossa indigotica, Tangara johannae.

    Western Ecuador moist forests

  • What our little world is yakking about. wolfi: @WillG: Yes, Szilard was the fourth Martian.

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  • What our little world is yakking about. wolfi: @WillG: Yes, Szilard was the fourth Martian.

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  • What our little world is yakking about. wolfi: These lists are all a thing of the past.

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  • What our little world is yakking about. wolfi: @PiP About famous Hungarians: Teller, von Neumann, Wigner were Jewish Hungarians, for some obvio ... from

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  • What our little world is yakking about. wolfi: @WillG: Yes, Szilard was the fourth Martian.

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  • What our little world is yakking about. wolfi: @WillG: Yes, Szilard was the fourth Martian.

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  • What our little world is yakking about. wolfi: @WillG: Yes, Szilard was the fourth Martian.

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