pl. -·mas or -·ma
- any of a genus (Lama, family Camelidae) of South American ruminants without humps, including the alpaca, guanaco, and vicuña, esp., a domesticated species (L. glama glama) used as a beast of burden and as a source of wool, meat, and milk
- cloth made from the woolly hair of this animal
Origin of llamaSpanish ; from Quechua
- A domesticated South American ruminant mammal (Lama glama) related to the camel and having a long neck and small head, raised for its warm wool and used as a beast of burden.
- Any of various related mammals, such as the alpaca and the guanaco.
Origin of llamaSpanish, from Quechua.