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- Lloyd 20080009.vp
- Etymology: Oreo (Greek): mountain, in reference to Colorado's Rocky. Mountains where the talpid was discovered; talpa (Latin): mole.
- Garden's Bulletin part2_8.indd
- Etymology: Greek oreo, “pertaining to mountains” and doxa, “glory”. We chose the epithet oreodoxa because this beautiful species thrives in the mountains.
- An Oreo Ain t Nothing But A Cookie: An Analysis of Identity
- Keywords: Oreo, identity struggles, civil rights, 1950 s and 1960 s.
- Systematics of Microhylid Frogs, Genus Oreophryne, Living at High
- Oreo- phryne anthonyi (Boulenger, 1897) attains at least 2840 m in the Owen Stanley Range of. Papua New .
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- Etymology. “Furu' refers to the . GÜNTHER, R.
Suggested Web Resources
- Oreo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Etymology. The Oreo was originally called the Oreo Biscuit. The name was later changed to the Oreo Sandwich in 1921.
- Oreo - Online Etymology Dictionary
- The Online Etymology Dictionary. Search: Search Mode, Natural Language Oreo · Look up Oreo at Dictionary.
- myEtymology.com: Latin etymology of oreo-
- Etymology of the Latin prefix oreo-. the New Latin prefix oreo-. derived from the Greek prefix oreo-, ὀρεο-.
- myEtymology.com: Greek etymology of oreo-
- my etymology.com.
- Why are Oreos called Oreos?
- bjones, You are not alone in asking the etymology of the name Oreo.
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