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talapoin Saltos de línea: tala|poin
Pronunciación: /ˈtaləpɔɪn/

Definición de talapoin en inglés:

sustantivo

1A Buddhist monk or priest.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • They were also amazed at the large numbers of monks, or talapoins in the curious parlance of the time; even today substantial numbers of males join the monkhood at least for a short period of time.
  • Many of the priests (talapoins) sat upon the rafts and wharves before their temples.
  • The most characteristic part of the Siamese social system is the position of the priesthood, commonly called the talapoins.
2A small West African monkey that lives in large groups near watercourses and in swamp forest.
  • Miopithecus talapoin, family Cercopithecidae
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Some species breed readily in captivity, as do rhesus; others, such as talapoins, are more difficult.
  • Predators of talapoin monkeys include leopards, golden cats, genets, raptors, large snakes, and Nile monitors.
  • This Pourquoi tale of the Mpongwe explains why talapoins live in trees.

Origen

Late 16th century: from Portuguese talapão, from Mon tala pói, literally 'lord of merit', used as a respectful title for a Buddhist monk.

Palabras que riman con talapoin

sirloin

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