Dromedary

The dromedary (i or i), also called the Arabian camel or the Indian camel (Camelus dromedarius), is a large, even-toed ungulate with one hump on its back. First described by Aristotle, the dromedary was given its binomial name by Carl Linnaeus in 1758. The dromedary is the next largest member of the camel family after the Bactrian camel{Citation n...
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Dromedary

• (n.) The Arabian camel (Camelus dromedarius), having one hump or protuberance on the back, in distinction from the Bactrian camel, which has two humps.
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dromedary

<zoology> The Arabian camel (Camelus dromedarius), having one hump or protuberance on the back, in distinction from the Bactrian camel, which has two humps. ... In Arabia and Egypt the name is restricted to the better breeds of this species of camel. See Deloul. ... Origin: F. Dromadaire, LL. Dromedarius, fr. L. Dromas (sc. Camelus), fr. Gr. ...
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dromedary

Click images to enlargeVariety of Arabian camel. The dromedary or one-humped camel has been domesticated since 400 BC. During a long period without water, it can lose up to one-quarter of its body weight without ill effects. The dromedary's long domestication means that its original range is not known. It is u...
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Dromedary

Drom'e·da·ry (drŭm'e*da*rȳ) noun ; plural Dromedaries . [ French dromadaire , Late Latin dromedarius , from Latin dromas (sc. camelus ), from Greek droma`s running, from dramei`n , used as aor. of tre`chein t...
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Dromedary

A dromedary is a type of Arabian camel, distingushed by having a single hump. The dromedary was originally a native of Arabia, and spread to all of North Africa and Syria. The dromedary is best suited for long journeys, being the lighter, swifter and most enduring of the camel species.
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dromedary

dromedary: see camel.
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