Alpaca (noun)

A domesticated mammal of the camel family, native to South America and valued for its soft, warm wool.

Origin:

From spanish alpaca, from quechua allpaca, from allpa (earth) + -ka (place of).

Examples:

  1. The alpaca's wool is used to make warm clothing.
  2. Alpacas are related to llamas, but are smaller and have finer wool.
  3. He raised alpacas on his farm for their wool.
  4. Alpacas are very social animals and live in herds.
  5. Alpacas are becoming increasingly popular as a farm animal.
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