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dwarf US English

(In folklore or fantasy literature) a member of a mythical race of short, stocky humanlike creatures who are generally skilled in mining and metalworking

African buffalo US English

A buffalo with large horns, native to Africa south of the Sahara

dwarf US Thesaurus

the wizard captured the dwarf

ice dwarf US English

A minor planet or dwarf planet with an icy surface; specifically any such object whose orbit is beyond that of Neptune.

red dwarf US English

A small, old, relatively cool star

black dwarf US English

A star that is not luminous; specifically one resulting from the cooling of a white dwarf.

brown dwarf US English

A celestial object intermediate in size between a giant planet and a small star, believed to emit mainly infrared radiation

dwarf lemur US English

A small Madagascan primate related to the mouse lemur, feeding primarily on fruit and gums

white dwarf US English

A small very dense star that is typically the size of a planet. A white dwarf is formed when a low-mass star has exhausted all its central nuclear fuel and lost its outer layers as a planetary nebula

dwarf planet US English

A celestial body resembling a small planet but lacking certain technical criteria that are required for it to be classed as such

dwarf star in dwarf US English

A star of relatively small size and low luminosity, including the majority of main sequence stars

buffalo US English

A heavily built wild ox with backswept horns, found mainly in the Old World tropics

fan palm US English

A palm with large, lobed, fan-shaped leaves

dwarf or European fan palm in fan palm US English

A palm with large, lobed, fan-shaped leaves

crested dwarf iris in iris US English

A plant with sword-shaped leaves and showy flowers, typically purple, yellow, or white. Native to both Eurasia and North America, it is widely cultivated as an ornamental

dwarf mountain pine in mountain pine US English

Any of various kinds of pine native to mountainous regions; especially either of two European pines often treated as a single species, the low shrubby Pinus mugo of central and eastern Europe (more fully dwarf mountain pine; also called mugo pine), and the tree-sized P. uncinata (P. montana), of south-western Europe.