"maned wolf" meaning in All languages combined

Noun [English]

Forms: maned wolves [plural]
  1. the largest canid of South America, Chrysocyon brachyurus. Categories: Canids Related terms: Chrysocyon brachyurus Translations (Chrysocyon brachyurus): сэмеверьгиз (semeverʹgiz) (Erzya), harjasusi (Finnish), loup à crinière [masculine] (French), Mähnenwolf [masculine] (German), sörényes farkas (Hungarian), crisocione [masculine] (Italian), タテガミオオカミ (tategami ōkami) (Japanese), serigala bersurai (Malay), 鬃狼 (zōngláng) (Mandarin), mąʼiitsoh bikʼos bineʼdę́ę́ʼ łizhinígíí (Navajo), lobo-guará [masculine] (Portuguese), zorro rojizo [masculine] (Spanish), aguará [masculine] (Spanish), manvarg [common] (Swedish), manhund [common] (Swedish), sói bờm (Vietnamese)

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