Associations to the word «Leopard»

Pictures for the word «Leopard»


LEOPARD, noun. Panthera pardus, a large wild cat with a spotted coat native to Africa and Asia, especially the male of the species (in contrast to leopardess).
LEOPARD, noun. (inexact) The clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa), a similar-looking large wild cat native to Asia.
LEOPARD, noun. (inexact) The snow leopard (Uncia uncia), a similar-looking large wild cat native to Asia.
LEOPARD, noun. (heraldiccharge) A lion passant guardant.
LEOPARD CAT, noun. A wild cat native to Southeast Asia, Prionailurus bengalensis.
LEOPARD CATS, noun. Plural of leopard cat
LEOPARD FROG, noun. Any of several North American frogs, most of which are green with black spots.
LEOPARD GECKO, noun. A nocturnal ground-dwelling gecko, Eublepharis macularius.
LEOPARD LILIES, noun. Plural of leopard lily
LEOPARD LILY, noun. Any of various plants:
LEOPARD LILY, noun. Dieffenbachia, a genus containing species cultivated as ornamental houseplants.
LEOPARD LILY, noun. Ledebouria socialis, a species native to South Africa.
LEOPARD LILY, noun. Lilium catesbaei, a lily species native to southeastern North America.
LEOPARD LILY, noun. Lilium pardalinum, a lily species native to western North America.
LEOPARD LILY, noun. Iris domestica, a cultivated species also known as Belamcanda chinensis.
LEOPARD SEAL, noun. A large pinniped mammal (Hydrurga leptonyx) found in the Antarctic.
LEOPARD SEAL, noun. A sea leopard.
LEOPARD SEALS, noun. Plural of leopard seal
LEOPARD SHARK, noun. A hound shark, Triakis semifasciata, having distinctive markings; it is found in the coastal waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean.
LEOPARD SHARKS, noun. Plural of leopard shark
LEOPARD SLUG, noun. Limax maximus, a large slug whose coloration resembles that of a leopard's fur.
LEOPARD SLUGS, noun. Plural of leopard slug

Dictionary definition

LEOPARD, noun. The pelt of a leopard.
LEOPARD, noun. Large feline of African and Asian forests usually having a tawny coat with black spots.

Wise words

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