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galago

Syllabification: ga·la·go
Pronunciation: /ɡəˈlāɡō, -ˈläɡō
 
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Definition of galago in English:

noun (plural galagos)

Another term for bush baby.
Example sentences
  • The hind limbs of galagos are longer than their forelimbs, which makes them very adept at leaping.
  • Just like monkeys and apes, the galago lives in trees, but unlike monkeys and apes it is active at night.
  • Three normal and six monocularly deprived galagos served as subjects for these experiments.

Origin

modern Latin (genus name).

Words that rhyme with galago

Diego, Jago, lumbago, sago, Tierra del Fuego, Tobago, Winnebago

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