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Definition of the noun raccoon

What does raccoon mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: raccoons / raccoon

  1. the fur of the North American racoon
    • lexical domain: Substances - nouns denoting substances
    • more generic words: fur / pelt = the dressed hairy coat of a mammal
  2. an omnivorous nocturnal mammal native to North America and Central America

Alternative definition of the noun raccoon

noun

  1. A nocturnal omnivore originally living in Northern America, typically with a mixture of gray, brown, and black fur, a mask-like marking around the eyes and a striped tail; Procyon lotor.
  2. Any mammal of the genus Procyon.

Characters

  1. Raccoon is a fictional character from the 2014 film The Nut Job.
  2. Raccoon is a fictional character from the 2013 film R/Evolve.
  3. Raccoon is a fictional character from the 2009 film Silent Night, Zombie Night.
  4. Raccoon is a fictional character from the 1993 film Billy Bunny's Animal Songs.
  5. Raccoon is a fictional character from the 2009 film American Pie Presents: The Book of Love.

Film

"Raccoon" is a 19-minute, 2006 short film directed by Trey Nelson. The film stars Jonathan Togo and Ben Curtis.

Artwork

"Raccoon" is an artwork by Eddy Cobiness.

Music

  1. "Raccoon" is a musical single of Avi Buffalo.
    • released on (5 years ago)
  2. "Raccoon" is a musical album of Raccoon.
    • released in (15 years ago)

Person

Who is Raccoon?

Raccoon a.k.a. Xaver Naudascher is a film score composer.

Group

Raccoon is a musical group.

  • albums: "Strange Terrain", "Raccoon"

Business

Raccoon is a record label.

Place

Raccoon a.k.a. Raccoon, Kentucky: Raccoon is an unincorporated community located in Pike County, Kentucky, United States.

Phrases with Raccoon

Phrases starting with the word Raccoon:

  1. raccoon dog
  2. raccoon fox
  3. Raccoon Coil

Phrases ending with the word Raccoon:

  1. common raccoon
  2. Bahaman Raccoon
  3. Cozumel Raccoon
  4. Barbados Raccoon
  5. Northern Raccoon
  6. Guadeloupe Raccoon
  7. crab-eating raccoon
  8. Tres Marias Raccoon

Printed encyclopedias and other books with definitions for Raccoon

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Google previewThe Hunters' Feast (1871)

Or, Conversations Around the Camp-fire by Mayne Reid

Tho raccoon is an animal of an extremely amorous disposition j but there is a fact connected with the sex of this creature which is carious : the female is larger than the male. Not only larger, but in every respect a finer-looking animal The hair, ...

Google previewKnowledge of the Ancestors: Survival Skills (B&w) (2008)

by Ryan Leech

The raccoon is the master of the night and feeds upon berries, crayfish, frogs, turtles, birds, seeds, and nuts.

Google previewDreaming With the Wheel (2012)

How to Interpret Your Dreams Using the Medicine Wheel by Sun Bear, Wabun Wind, Shawnodese

DESCRIPTION: Raccoon is the animal associated with cleansing, the first Spirit Path position of the North.

Google previewFur Age (1921)

Raccoon is the article that is being most keenly sought for trimmings, the factor that caused to a large extent, the recent advance in price. 'The slight rise in raccoon prices, by the way, has caused the manufacturer to note a falling off in demand ...

Google previewFur-fish-game (1917)

or banded appearance noticed in the tails of some cats, which in that of the raccoon is a marked characteristic.

The raccoon is an animal of an extremely amorous disposition ; but there is a fact connected with the sex of this creature which is ...

Google previewThe Angel Island Conspiracy (2010)

by Robert Banks Hull

Raccoon is a picturesque and narrow little passage that separates Angel Island from the nearest mainland, the Tiburon Peninsula of Marin County and is mostly the domain of pleasure craft. Navigating this strait is the only way a boat can get ...

Google previewAnimal Tracks (2012)

A Falcon Field Guide by Todd Telander

Range:Most of the United States except parts of high western mountains Habitat: woodlands, streams or lakesides, urban areas The raccoon is a highly adaptable mammal, equally at home in remote forests or urban centers. It is stocky and ...

Google previewStories from Under the Sky (2012)

by John Madson

A raccoon is an excellent swimmer, very strong, and is well-armed. They're big enough to give a dog a very rough time. Large boar 'coons here in the corn country are commonly said to weigh 35 pounds and more, and you'll hear unverified ...

Google previewBig Bend (1983)

Big Bend National Park, Texas by Helen Moss

The raccoon is an omnivore, an opportunist with a taste for whatever it can find: amphibians, shellfish, mesquite beans, acorns, cactus fruits, ...

Google previewNew Flora and Botany of North America (1836)

Or A Supplemental Flora, Additional to All the Botanical Works on North America and the United States. Containing 1000 New Or Revised Species by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque

rubra is called Raccoon berry. - 529. DIERVILLA LoNGIFollA Raf. Autikon. Leaves with short petiols, oblong ovate 4 to 6 inches long, acuminate serrate, base subcordate or obliqual, beneath glaucous reticulate pedurcles 2-3flore—if this is ...

Google previewThe Trapper's Bible (2012)

The Most Complete Guide on Trapping and Hunting Tips Ever by Eustace Hazard Livingston

The raccoon is a native of North America, belongs to the bear family, and is somewhat related to the South America species better known as the crab eating raccoon. This animal has all the good, and nearly all the bad habits that any other ...

Google previewNorth American Animals in Origami (1995)

by John Montroll

Raccoon The raccoon is a North American mammal ...

Google previewBiology (2016)

by CTI Reviews

The raccoon is the largest of the procyonid family, having a body length of 40 to 70 cm (16 to 28 in) and a body weight of 3.5.

Google previewCherokee Astrology (2008)

Animal Medicine in the Stars by Raven Hail

Raccoon is a magnetic personality, ...

Google previewNight Movers (2003)

by Matt Turner

The raccoon is a night hunter that eats almost anything. lt is especially fond of crayfish. Crayfish are small creatures like lobsters that live in streams. The raccoon uses its paws as we would use our hands. lt turns over stones and feels in the ...

Google previewThe Dog Who Saved Me (2015)

A Novel by Susan Wilson

A raccoon is a strong possibility, especially with the trash can incident yesterday, ...

Google previewClaire Shaeffer's Fabric Sewing Guide (2008)

by Claire Shaeffer

Raccoon is a long-haired, warm fur used primarily for linings, jackets, and coats. Sable is a dense, dark fur from the weasel family. It is expensive and used for coats, jackets, and trims. Seal is a warm, sheared fur and is always dyed. Currently ...

Google previewThe Complete Outdoors Encyclopedia (2000)

by Vin T. Sparano

RANGE: The raccoon inhabits nearly all of the United States, parts of Mexico, and extreme southern Canada, northward along the border between Saskatchewan and Alberta. IDENTIFICATION: Though this species varies in size and color ...

Google previewGrand Illustrated Encyclopedia of Animated Nature (1855)

Embracing a Full Description of the Different Races of Men, and of the Characteristic Habits and Modes of Life of the Various Beasts, Birds, Fishes, Insects, Reptiles, and Microscopic Animalcula of the Globe. Being a Complete History of the Animal Kingdom by John Frost

THE Raccoon is an inhabitant of Canada and other parts of America! It derives its name, lofor, from the habit it is said to possess of washing its food before eating it. It is about the size of a large fox. Its skin is very valuable, and is much sought ...

Google previewThe Beatles Encyclopedia: Everything Fab Four (2016)

by Kenneth Womack

“Rocky Raccoon” is a song on The Beatles (The White Album). AUTHORSHIP AND BACKGROUND Written by McCartney, “Rocky Raccoon” finds its origins during the Beatles' 1968 visit to India, when the songwriter improvised the song while ...

Google previewLexicon of Geologic Names of the United States for 1936-1960 (1966)

by Grace C. Keroher

Raccoon Shale1 Raccoon Shale Member (of Cuyahoga ...

Google previewThe Beatles Encyclopedia: Everything Fab Four [2 volumes] (2014)

Everything Fab Four by Kenneth Womack

“Rocky Raccoon” is a song on The Beatles (The White Album). AUTHORSHIP AND BACKGROUND Written by McCartney, “Rocky Raccoon” finds its origins during the Beatles' 1968 visit to India, when the songwriter improvised the song while ...

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Scrabble value of R1A1C3C3O1O1N1

The value of this 7-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

Anagrams of RACCOON

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  • CARCOON

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