pak-pakana odam, mitti kishi
Noun(1) a person who is markedly small(2) a legendary creature resembling a tiny old man; lives in the depths of the earth and guards buried treasure(3) a plant or animal that is atypically small
Verb(1) make appear small by comparison(2) check the growth of
(1) There is little doubt that the animals they found were a dwarf species - not small or deformed individuals of a larger species.(2) the buildings surround and dwarf All Saints Church(3) Evergreen plants, including dwarf conifers such as hemlocks, junipers, pines, and spruces, can form a backbone to anchor the design of a rock garden.(4) They look great planted with dwarf conifers, especially when a variety of shapes, colors and textures are used.(5) On islands, including Flores, dwarf forms of large animals and giant forms of small ones are common.(6) The halfling was even shorter than the dwarf he was talking to, but he didn't seem to notice.(7) a dwarf conifer(8) The older Flores tools were found among remains of dwarf elephants, Komodo dragons, rats, and other animals, according to the paper.(9) Coming out of the forest onto the southern slopes of the hill was a herd of Yellowhorn, a species of dwarf deer common west of the mountains.(10) Planted with a southern aspect to take advantage of the low arc of the winter sun, it has trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants and dwarf bulbs.(11) The Chuyachaqui is a mythical dwarf with one human foot and one hoof.(12) If given the go-ahead, either of the two blocks would dwarf any existing building in Ireland.(13) In the dwarf shrub species that were studied, ozone increased the size but not the number of plastoglobuli under summer conditions.(14) For the most pleasure, plant dwarf sweet box near a doorway or window.(15) Scientists have unearthed the bones of a human dwarf species in Indonesia that existed as recently as 18,000 years ago.(16) Using his momentum, and short stature, the dwarf rammed his head into the elves stomach before it could strike with its sword.
(1) dwarf planet :: mitti sayyora
1. small person ::
2. gnome ::
3. midget ::
4. dominate ::
5. overshadow ::
6. shadow ::
7. miniature ::
1. colossus ::
2. giant ::
3. jumbo ::
4. leviathan ::
5. mammoth ::
6. monster ::
7. titan ::
Different Formsdwarf, dwarfed, dwarfing, dwarfish, dwarfism, dwarfs
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