Definición de walrus en inglés:

walrus

Saltos de línea: wal¦rus
Pronunciación: /ˈwɔːlrəs
 
, ˈwɒl-/

sustantivo

A large gregarious marine mammal related to the eared seals, having two large downward-pointing tusks and found in the Arctic Ocean.
  • Odobenus rosmarus, the only member of the family Odobenidae
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Brian has concentrated on the ecological diversity of the region, with its rare flowers, walruses, Bowhead whales, bearded seals, Polar bears and sea birds.
  • Polar bears are seagoing hunters that roam vast areas of the Arctic, pursuing a movable feast of seals, narwhals, beluga whales, and walruses.
  • After an early buffet breakfast on Saturday morning, the family will spend the day at SeaWorld, home to killer whales, walruses, sea lions, beluga whales, sharks and Magellanic penguins.

Origen

early 18th century: probably from Dutch walrus, perhaps by an inversion of elements (influenced by walvis 'whale fish') of Old Norse hrosshvalr 'horse whale'.

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