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Definition of the noun ursus arctos horribilis

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noun

  1. powerful brownish-yellow bear of the uplands of western North America

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Google previewHear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place (2012)

Stories by Malcolm Lowry

Ursus horribilis: Ursus arctos horribilis is the scientific name for the grizzly bear. 18 Wendigo: A cannibalistic creature in Algonquian mythology. Richard K. Cross makes a useful association between the Wendigo and Lowry's obsession with ...

Google previewThe Real Thing (2015)

The Natural History of Ian McTaggart Cowan by Briony Penn

It Grizzly Bear paw Ursus arctos horribilis is a classic U-shaped valley through which Maccarib Creek runs east to west from the summit of Maccarib Pass on the BC– Alberta boundary to where it angles north- west into Meadow Creek via Moat ...

Google previewDictionary of Upriver Halkomelem (2009)

by Brent Douglas Galloway

Ursus arctos horribilis: xeytl'als ~ xeytl'a:ls, ...

Google previewDictionary of the American West (2008)

by Win Blevins

Even its scientific name (Ursus arctos horribilis) strikes fear; some of its common names are old EPHRAIM, Old Caleb, SILVERTIP, white bear, yellow bear, and just plain griz. The species used to inhabit North America from Alaska to Mexico.

Google previewA Dictionary of Skiri Pawnee (2008)

by Douglas Richard Parks, Lula Nora Pratt

grizzly bear (Ursus arctos horribilis). <kuruks+ica- riis, angry bear> kuruksihari3 [ku.ruk.si.ha.ri3] N bear cub. <kuruks- +iharir, young bear> kurukskaatiit [kú.ruks.kaa.tüt] N black bear (American Black Bear, Ursus americanus). <kuruks- ...

Google previewAcademic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology (1992)

by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press

Ursus arctos horribilis. having dark brown hair frosted with white, giving it a " grizzled" appearance: the largest of all carnivores, with a body length of about 8 feet and a weight of 500-700 lbs; found mainly in western Canada and Alaska. Also ...

Google previewThe Canadian Encyclopedia (1999)

by James H. Marsh

ohn Robert Colombo ' Grizzly Bear (Ursus arctos horribilis), large MAM'MAL of the order CARNIvoRA. The grizzly or brown bear differs from other N American carnivores in that, like other BEARS, it eats primarily PLANT matter. Grizzlies ...

Google previewMicrosoft Encarta College Dictionary (2001)

The First Dictionary For The Internet Age by Anne H. Soukhanov

Ursus arctos horribilis. groan /gr6n/ n 1 MOURNFUL SOUND a long low cry expressing pain or misery 2 LOUD CREAKING SOUND a loud creaking sound of something affected by pressure 3 GRIEVANCE an aggrieved complaint {informal) ...

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