Definitions for "Armadillo"
Keywords:  burrow, armor, mammal, anteaters, bony
Any edentate animal if the family Dasypidæ, peculiar to America. The body and head are incased in an armor composed of small bony plates. The armadillos burrow in the earth, seldom going abroad except at night. When attacked, they curl up into a ball, presenting the armor on all sides. Their flesh is good food. There are several species, one of which (the peba) is found as far north as Texas. See Peba, Poyou, Tatouay.
A burrowing mammal found from the southern U.S. to Argentina and having the body and head encased in an armor of small bony plates (Spanish, from diminutive of armado armed one)[1577
Cat-sized, armored mammals, found in warm, dry areas of South America. They are related to sloths and anteaters. They dig burrows and dig for insects, although they occasionally eat plants, berries, or bird eggs, or scavenge dead animals. Females give birth to identical quadruplets. Unlike other mammals, young develop from the same egg and a single placenta.
If at night you hear a sound like an elephant crushing palmetto fronds underfoot, chances are it's a 2-kg armadillo. Armadillos look like tiny dinosaurs, and thousands of years ago stood just over 1 metre tall and weighed about 270 kg. (These days mature armadillos only grow to 38 to 43 cm long, not including their tail, and weigh 3.5 to 8 kg.)
A game animal indigenous to the Southwest, it has a flavor comparable to duck.
Armadillo is the name of an Famicom game, made by IGS in 1991.
A genus of small isopod Crustacea that can roll themselves into a ball.
Keywords:  totem, keeper, tough, quartz, shell
Armadillo is the keeper of your personal space on all levels. The tough shell of Armadillo allows you to determine where another person ends and you begin. (Armadillo is black quartz and can have other totem attributes as well.)
Keywords:  rodent, hard, back
a rodent and it has a hard back
Keywords:  pickle, weapons, spanish, provide
To provide weapons to a Spanish pickle.
Clear plastic device for determining a bowler's positive axis point. Device has a series of lines on it, which are matched up to a bowler's initial track. When the device is aligned with the ball track, the device points to the bowler's axis point.