Translation of llama in Spanish:

llama

llama, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɑːmə//ˈlɑmə/

noun

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    llama feminine
    • We walk briskly on the soft sand of its otherwise-dry bed, the two Quechua Indians egging on the llamas with whistles and cries.
    • Besides llamas, Irineo and Marta maintain some 60 small sheep, a kitten and two black shepherd dogs.
    • Apparently there is another llama on the way (that will be their 3rd breeding) so once that arrives that will make them a herd or perhaps a flock.
    • We talk constantly about her llamas and their fleece, about our patterns, about luscious yarns!
    • The only thing we don't do with our llamas and alpacas in North America is eat them!
    • So we didn't get diseases from llamas, but we did get diseases from pigs and sheep.
    • Franklin has surveyed ranchers using llamas to protect sheep, and found that llamas seem to be earning their keep.
    • There was a fairly modest sized zoo here with llamas and camels and some monkeys.
    • Reindeer, llamas and Petra, the zoo's only camel, were the star attractions, but sadly the plan was abandoned because it was deemed impractical.
    • That's often a time for some llamas to pester each other.
    • When I catch up, the llamas are grazing above a deep valley whose every foot of silt has been terraced for farming.
    • ‘A male guard llama can cost about £500 to £600 but live for around 15 years,’ she said.
    • The circus boasts camels, zebras, llamas, dogs, pigeons and ducks, as well as clowns, jugglers, wire-walkers and trapeze artists.
    • Alpacas and llamas abound, as do viscachas (large rabbits) and water birds such as ducks, flamingos and weighty gulls.
    • Since then, alpacas and llamas have been extensively hybridized.
    • Among the animals would be the elephants, performing sea lions, lions, llamas, and Argentine ponies, dogs and a comedy chimpanzee.
    • The listless llamas, who live with a five-year-old male llama, Murphy, and some sheep, have not left their Helmsley field for 12 months.
    • The youngster, which is the first baby llama to be born on the farm, has settled in well, and is proving a very popular attraction with visitors.
    • Here, youngsters can see baby llamas, goats, tortoises, Vietnamese pot bellied pigs and, if they are lucky, see chicks being born.
    • There was more traffic on the roads: single riders on llamas or deer, sleds and sleighs, some wheeled wagons taking it very easy.