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A dromedary

EtymologyEdit

From Old French dromedaire, from Late Latin dromedarius (kind of camel), from Classical Latin dromas, dromadis, from Ancient Greek δρομὰς κάμηλος (dromàs kámēlos, running camel), from δρόμος (drómos, race course).

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dromedary (plural dromedaries)

  1. Camelus dromedarius, the single-humped camel.
  2. Any swift riding camel.

SynonymsEdit

  • Arabian camel
  • dromedary camel
  • Camelus aegyptiacus Friedrich August Rudolph Kolenati, 1847
  • Camelus africanus Gloger, 1841
  • Camelus arabicus Charles Desmoulins, 1823
  • Camelus dromas Peter Simon Pallas, 1811
  • Camelus dromos Kerr, 1792
  • Camelus ferus Falk,1786
  • Camelus lukius Kolenati, 1847
  • Camelus polytrichus Kolenati, 1847
  • Camelus turcomanichus Johann Fischer von Waldheim, 1829
  • Camelus vulgaris Kolenati, 1847

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