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llamaca

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a combination of a llama and an alpaca
    Example Sentence: They saw llamacas for the first time at the zoo.
    Submitted by: Madeline from Minnesota on 09/27/2011 08:54

llamamaniac

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: someone who is not aware of where they are
    Example Sentence: A llamamaniac can look up suddenly and be lost.
    Submitted by: Bella from Florida, USA on 10/24/2012 08:01

llamapple

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a llama that eats apples
    Example Sentence: Let's go see the llamapples at the zoo.
    Submitted by: Tomas from Ontario, Canada on 04/16/2008 07:06

llamatime

  1. Function: adverb
    Definition: at the speed of a llama
    Example Sentence: We are running llamatime and might be late.
    Submitted by: Ash and Mac from NV, U.S.A. on 02/10/2009 12:43

llamatopia

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a blissful state of loving of llamas: a wonderful place full of llamas
    Example Sentence: She longed to live in llamatopia.
    Submitted by: Preeti from Georgia, USA on 12/06/2007 06:07

llamaville

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a place where the llamas roam free
    Example Sentence: If you see a wild llama, you should catch it and set it free in llamaville.
    Submitted by: Gracer from USA on 08/08/2008 06:14

llamea

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a llama suffering from lameness
    Example Sentence: She saw a llamea.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from Manila, Philippines on 06/02/2008 08:58

llamoose

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: animal that is a cross between a llama and a moose
    Example Sentence: The zoo has a new llamoose.
    Submitted by: Megan from Missouri on 11/14/2007 02:53

llice

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: It's means to smell nice. (By the way it does definitely not mean you have lice.)
    Word History: Well my mum was showing me this stuff she got from the body shop and I thought of smelling nice because that's what I said. So I came up with llice. The double l is the end of smell and the ice the end of nice.
    Example Sentence: "Oh you llice!" Exclaimed Samantha.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from NSW, Australia on 09/06/2007 02:58