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Definition of the noun racoon

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noun - plural: racoons

  1. an omnivorous nocturnal mammal native to North America and Central America

Groups

  1. Racoon is a Dutch rock band, formed in 1997. Their first big appearance was at the 1999 Noorderslagfestival. The first album, Till Monkeys Fly, appeared in January 2000, produced by Michael Schoots. The first single, "Feel Like Flying", became a hit and got a lot of airplay on the Dutch radio station 3FM. The band's biggest hit so far came in 2005, when its single "Love You More" reached #3 in the Dutch music charts.
    • members:
    • genres: Rock music, Pop music, Alternative rock
    • albums: "Till Monkeys Fly", "Here We Go, Stereo!", "Another Day", "Before You Leave", "Another Night", "Live at Chassé Breda", "Liverpool Rain", "Love You More", "The Singles Collection", "It's an Ice Cream Day", "Took a hit", "No mercy", "Oceaan", "Freedom", "Don't give up the fight", "My town", "Clean again", "Lucky all my life", "Close your eyes"
    • official website: racoon.nl
  2. Racoon is a musical group.
    • album: "Universal Vibes"
  3. Racoon is a musical group.

There are other groups with in their name, like The Racoon Wedding.

Music

"Racoon" is a musical album of Home Groan.

  • released in (13 years ago)

Miscellanea

Racoon is a canonical version, musical recording.

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Google previewNatural History of Man (1857)

The Globe, and of Quadrupeds by Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon

THE RACOON Is an animal of about the same size as a small badger; its oody is short and bulky ; its fur is fine, long, thick, blackish at the surface, and gray towards the bottom ; its head like that of a fox, but its ears are round and shorter ; its ...

Google previewBuffon's Natural History of Man, the Globe, and of Quadrupeds (1858)

With Additions from Cuvier, Lacepede, and Other Eminent Naturalists by Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon

THE RACOON Is an animal of about the same size as a small badger; its oudy is short and bulky; its fur is fine, long, thick, blackish at the surface, and gray towards the bottom; its head like that ofa fox, but its ears are round and shorter; its eyes ...

Google previewBuffon's Natural History Abridged (1791)

by George Louis LE CLERC (Count de Buffon.)

THE RACOON is an animal of about the same size as a small badger; its body is short and bulky; its fur is fine, long, thick,

The racoon is a native of the southern countries of America and the West-Indies, nor has it ever yet been found in any ...

Google previewThe System of Natural History (1800)

by Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon

The Racoon is an animal of about the same size as a small badger.

- The racoon is a native of the southern countries of America and ...

Google previewIPv6 Advanced Protocols Implementation (2010)

by Qing Li, Jinmei Tatuya, Keiichi Shima

Racoon is an implementation of the IKE protocol specification. It establishes SA entries between...

Google previewZoological Science, Or, Nature in Living Forms (1870)

Adapted to Elucidate the Chart of the Animal Kingdom by Anna Maria Redfield

The Racoon is a cunning, and when mature and in good case, quite a handsome animal. It mounts trees with facility, ...

Google previewBeeton's Historical romances, daring deeds, and animal stories, ed. by S.O. Beeton (1871)

by Samuel Orchart Beeton

The Racoon is a tree-loving creature, and, like the opossum, is able to conceal itself so perfectly among the branches, that none but a practised eye can see it. " Coon-hunting" by night is a favourite amusement, especially with boys and ...

Google previewA Cyclopædia of the Natural Sciences (1858)

by William Baird

The racoon is a savage animal in its wild state, and sanguinary, destroying great numbers of birds both wild and domesticated, only eating the head, or drinking the blood which flows from the wounds. It is a good climber, and the form of its ...

Google previewEmerging zoonoses: eco-epidemiology, involved mechanisms and public health implications (2015)

by Rubén Bueno-Marí, A. Paulo Gouveia Almeida, Juan Carlos Navarro

The racoon is an abundant species in the south Texas–northeast Mexico region. Cervids may be involved in the epidemiology of leptospirosis. Diversified livestock production comprises activities aimed to breed in sustainable manner wild ...

Google previewSAQs, MCQs, EMQs and OSCEs for MRCOG Part 2, Second edition (2009)

A comprehensive guide by Justin Konje

A racoon is a small mammal native to North and Central America which has a pale face with dark rings round its eyes. | TRAUMA PART 4 PART4 | TRAUMA | TRAUMA PART 4 PART4 | TRAUMA. Figure 25.3 Battle's sign. A skull base fracture ...

Google previewGardens (1838)

The Racoon is an interesting little animal, somewhat resembling the bear in many of its characteristics, but differing very wide- The gait of Racoons is heavy and awkward ...

Google previewFowler's Dictionary of Modern English Usage (2015)

by Henry Watson Fowler, Jeremy Butterfield

racoon is the customary spelling in BrE for ...

Google previewLondon Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)

Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge

The racoon is an active sagacious animal, resembling the fox in size and shape, and producing a coarse fur. The skunk or pole-cat is a small animal which defends itself from its pursuers by emitting a fluid of the most disgusting odour, which ...

Google previewParallel Computing (2008)

Architectures, Algorithms, and Applications by Christian Bischof

racoon. All simulations using finite volume and finite differences are performed using the framework racoon1. racoon is a computational framework for the parallel, mesh-adaptive solution2 of systems of hyperbolic conservation laws like the ...

Google previewBailey & Love's Short Practice of Surgery 26E (2013)

by Norman Williams, P Ronan O'Connell

A racoon is a small mammal native to North and Central America which has a pale face with dark rings round its eyes. Figure 25.3 Battle's sign. A skull base fracture may be associated with bruising over the mastoid process. the ear if the ...

Google previewAdvances in Network and Communications Engineering 2

by Steven Furnell, Paul Dowland

Racoon is the associated daemon that deals with ISAKMP and IKE negotiations.

Google previewThe London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis]. (1839)

by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)

The racoon is an active sagacious animal, resembling the fox in size and shape, and producing a coarse fur. The skunk or pole-cat is a small animal which defends itself from its pursuers by emitting a fluid of the most disgusting odour, which ...

Google previewThe British Emigrant's Advocate (1837)

Being a Manual for the Use of Emigrants and Travellers in British America and the United States : Containing a Concise View of the State and Prospects of the Colonies, an Accurate Description of the Main Routes a Detail of Present and Projected Improvements, and a Variety of Information Necessary to the Emigrant and Interesting to the General Reader ... by Thomas Duncumb, John Duncumb

The racoon is an animal well known, and an inhabitant of the marshy ...

Google previewCyclopaedia of the Natural Sciences (1858)

by William Baird

The racoon is a savage animal In its wild state, and sanguinary, destroying great numbers of birds both wild and domesticated, only eating the head, or drinking the blood which flows from the wounds. It is a guod climber, and the form of its ...

Google previewAffordable Nonlinear MIMO Systems (2011)

by Georgios Psaltopoulos

RACooN Lab The RACooN is a custom-built radio test bed at our institute. It comprises 10 identical single-antenna nodes that can transmit and receive at carrier frequencies between 5.1 GHz and 5.9 GHz in a half-duplex ...

Google previewThe Cyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature (1819)

by Abraham Rees

The racoon is a native of this country, but is seldom found to the northward of it. The other branch of the river is called after the tribe of the Nadowafis, who are denominated Affiniboins, and who are the principal inhabitants of its environs.

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The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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