Camel (noun)

  1. A large mammal that has a hump or humps on its back and is able to go for long periods without drinking.
  2. A large mammal that lives in deserts and has a hump on its back, used for storing food and water.


From middle english, from old english camael, from latin camelus, from ancient greek κάμηλος (kámēlos), from hebrew גָּמָל‎‎ (gāmāl).


  1. He rode on a camel through the desert.
  2. The camel can go days without water.
  3. The camel was used as a pack animal.
  4. The camel had two humps.
  5. The camel was domesticated in ancient times.
Some random words: rat, svelte, catatonia