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a repeater that receives further than it can transmit, big ears, small mouth!

elephantel"e*phant (?), n. [oe. elefaunt, olifant, of. olifant, f. éléphant, l. elephantus, elephas, -antis, fr. gr. &?;, &?;; of unknown origin; perh. fr. skr. ibha, with the semitic article al, el, prefixed, or fr. semitic aleph hindi indian bull; or cf. goth. ulbandus camel, as. olfend.] 1. (zo?l.) a mammal of the order proboscidia, of which two living species, elephas indicus and e. africanus, and several fossil species, are known. they have a proboscis or trunk, and two large ivory tusks proceeding from the extremity of the upper jaw, and curving upwards. the molar teeth are large and have transverse folds. elephants are the largest land animals now existing. 2. ivory; the tusk of the elephant. [obs.]elephant apple (bot.), an east indian fruit with a rough, hard rind, and edible pulp, borne by feronia elephantum, a large tree related to the orange.elephant bed (geol.), at brighton, england, abounding in fossil remains of elephants.elephant beetle (zo?l.), any very large beetle of the genus goliathus (esp. g. giganteus), of the family scarab?id?. they inhabit west africa.elephant fish (zo?l.), a chim?roid fish (callorhynchus antarcticus), with a proboscis-like projection of the snout.elephant paper, paper of large size, 23 × 28 inches.   similar words(16) 

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Ivory; the tusk of the elephant.  


A mammal of the order Proboscidia, of which two living species, elephas Indicus and E. Africanus, and several fossil species, are known. they have a proboscis or trunk, and two large ivory tusks proceeding from the extremity of the upper jaw, and curving upwards. the molar teeth are large and have transverse folds. elephants are the largest land animals now existing.  

MeaningSomething that is more trouble than it is worth.OriginWhite (albino) elephants were regarded as holy in ancient times in thailand and other asian countries. To keep a white elephant was a very expensive task, since you had to provide the elephant with special food, and provide access for people who wanted to come and worship it. If a thai king became, for some reason, dissatisfied with a sub-king, he would give him a white elephant. the gift would, in most cases, ruin the recipient.

MeaningDrunk. OriginCockney rhyming slang.

MeaningPertaining to the US white middle classes.Something that is more trouble than it is worth. OriginThis disparaging term refers to the supposed bland and uninteresting nature of white middle class culture in the US. .

Noun1. five-toed pachyderm (hypernym) proboscidean, proboscidian (hyponym) rogue elephant (member-holonym) Elephantidae, family Elephantidae2. the symbol of the republican Party; introduced in cartoons by thomas nast in 1874 (hypernym) emblem, allegory

trod, m., eilifint

Cawrfil = n. an elephant

surfboard used for riding big waves

1. narcotic analgesic used to immobilise large animals such as the elephant or the rhinoceros, but now used illegally in small doses to stimulate racehorses; 2. (WWII military) rough alcoholic drink originally made by soldiers in new Guinea; 3. any drink considered to be as rough



hallucination reputedly experienced by alcoholics

Large, grey, four-legged mammal.

the elephants (Elephantidae) are a family in the order Proboscidea in the class Mammalia. they were once classified along with other thick skinned animals in a now invalid order, Pachydermata. there are three living species: the African bush Elephant, the African forest Elephant (until recently known collectively as the African Elephant), and the Asian Elephant (also known as the indian Elephant). other species have become extinct since the last ice age, which ended about 10,000 years ago, the Mammoth being the most well-known of these.

To dream of riding an elephant, denotes that you will possess wealth of the most solid character, and honors which you will wear with dignity. you will rule absolutely in all lines of your business affairs and your word will be law in the home. To see many elephants, denotes tremendous prosperity. one lone elephant, signifies you will live in a small but solid way. To dream of feeding one, denotes that you will elevate yourself in your community by your kindness to those occupying places below you.  

indicates a sensitive person who pretends to have a thick skin.

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giant beasts of the southern lands. while we know much of the great elephant-like creatures known as the Mûmakil, it is not certain whether their lesser cousins that are still known today existed in Middle-earth. Gandalf does mention them in the Hobbit, so it is possible that they shared the wide burning plains of the Harad with their giant relatives.

not found in scripture except indirectly in the original greek word (elephantinos) translated "of ivory" in Rev. 18:12, and in the hebrew word (shenhabim, meaning "elephant's tooth") rendered "ivory" in 1 kings 10:22 and 2 Chr. 9:21.

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