from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An obsolete form of
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete A small rat.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
October 2nd, 2009 6: 29 pm ET when they said they needed us to move a “Singer” i thought they meant a piano! kelly mcmahon, boca raton fl
Jan from boca raton ..... are you mad the hag is done? ostriches burying our heads in the sand
Also, any of you hunted NRA range at raton, NM? if so, what is teh average cost for a Elk and Mulie or individual animals?
I have seen raton used in my spanish school IMAC, which I attended in September. mundo
Yo soy raton de tu ratonera trampa que no mata pero no libera vivo muriendo prisionero
The speaker is a rat, "a raton of renon, most renable of tonge":
The raton of the Rio de la Magdalena, which I have described under the name of
Here and there was an abandoned coffee-plantation, where cattle were browzing among the half-perished shrubs and broken rows of trees; and the neglected hedges of the wild pine, _piña raton_, as the Cubans call it, were interrupted with broad gaps.
The raton of the Rio de la Magdalena, which I have described under the name of Gymnotus aequilabiatus (Observations de Zoologie volume 1) forms a particular sub-genus.
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