Complete Definition of "mammoth"

Image:Mammoth.png|thumb|A mammoth
English

Etymology
From obsolete Russian Ð¼Ð°Ð¼Ð°Ð½Ñ (modern мамонÑ), probably from Old Vogul *mÄmoÅt âearth-hornâ (compare Mansi âearthâ, ou̯tÉ âhornâ).

Pronunciation
IPA|/ËmæmÉθ/

Noun
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en-noun

  1. A large, hairy, extinct elephant-like mammal. Scientific name: Mammuthus.
  2. figurative Something very large of its kind.

Translations
trans-top|elephant-like mammal
Bosnian: t-|bs|mamut|m
Chinese: t-|cmn|çç|scHani|xsMandarin, t-|cmn|çç¸|scHani|xsMandarin (mÄngmà)
Czech: t-|cs|mamut|m
Dutch: t+|nl|mammoet|m
Finnish: t-|fi|mammutti
French: t|fr|mammouth|m
German: t+|de|Mammut|n
Interlingua: t-|ia|mammut|xs=Interlingua
Italian: t+|it|mammut|m
Japanese: t-|ja|ãã³ã¢ã¹|sc=Jpan (manmosu)
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Macedonian: t-|mk|мамÑÑ|m|sc=Cyrl
Norwegian: t+|no|mammut|m
Russian: t+|ru|мамонÑ|m|sc=Cyrl (mámont)
Serbian:
:Cyrillic: t-|sr|мамÑÑ|m|sc=Cyrl
:Roman: t-|sr|mamut|m
Slovenian: t+|sl|mamut|m
Spanish: t-|es|mamut|m
Swedish: t-|sv|mammut|c
Ukrainian: t-|uk|мамонÑ|m|scCyrl|xsUkrainian
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Adjective
mammoth (comparative more mammoth, superlative most mammoth)

  1. Very large.

Synonyms
colossal, enormous, gigantic, huge, titanic

Translations

Finnish: mammutti- (in compounds), mammuttimainen, jättiläismäinen
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Category:Elephants
Category:Mammals

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