Anas

[n] - type genus of the Anatidae: freshwater ducks
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Anas

A'nas noun [ Latin , duck.] (Zoology) A genus of water fowls, of the order Anseres, including certain species of fresh-water ducks.
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Anas

genus Anas noun type genus of the Anatidae: freshwater ducks
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Anas

• (n.) A genus of water fowls, of the order Anseres, including certain species of fresh-water ducks.
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Anas

(from the article `dabbling duck`) any of about 38 species of Anas and about 5 species in other genera, constituting the tribe Anatini, subfamily Anatinae, family Anatidae (q.v.; order ...
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Anas

Anas is the duck genus of web-footed birds of the sub-family Anatinae, order Natatores.
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Anas

Anas is an Arabic name for boys. The meaning is `friendly` The name Anas is most commonly given to Belgian boys. The chances are 50 times greater that boys are called Anas there.
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ANAS

ANAS S.p.A. (formerly an acronym for Azienda Nazionale Autonoma delle Strade, National Autonomous Roads Corporation) is an Italian government-owned company deputed to the construction and maintenance of Italian motorways and state highways under the control of Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport. ==History== Founded on June 27, 1946, ...
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Anas

Anas is a genus of dabbling ducks. It includes mallards, wigeons, teals, pintails and shovelers in a number of subgenera. Some authorities prefer to elevate the subgenera to genus rank. Indeed, as the moa-nalos are very close to this clade and may have evolved later than some of these lineages, it is rather the absence of a thorough review than la...
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